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  1. Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD drive review

    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD drive review

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    If you already thought Samsung and Panasonic's Blu-ray decks were expensive, that opinion can only be reinforced by the arrival of an HD DVD player costing just £130.Of course, this stunningly low figure comes with a catch.

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    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD review

    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD review

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    This was the first 'proper' HD DVD player to go on sale in the UK, and Microsoft's £130 deck is still the entry point into hi-def for many gamers.You will need to own an Xbox360, but the combined cost of a 360 premium pack and this drive is a piffling £410

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    Microsoft Wireless Gaming Receiver review

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    I've been a steadfast denier of the virtues of wireless peripherals for, ooh, ages. However, it's got to the point where, at home, my gaming chair has speakers taped to the backrest and I have no less than eight wires

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    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD player review

    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD player review

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    Microsoft has bowled Blu-ray a real googly with its 'pocket- money' HD DVD drive. It's given Toshiba's high-def format a shot in the arm just when it was needed.

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    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD drive review

    Microsoft Xbox 360 HD DVD drive review

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    High definition might well be the best thing since sliced bread, but it's also expensive. Sky HD costs £300 for the receiver, while the first high-definition disc Blu-ray players from Samsung and Panasonic both cost a small fortune

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