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60GB Xbox 360 spied in store

Gamer snaps picture of machine ahead of launch

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Microsoft confirmed its creation of a 60GB Xbox 360 earlier this month. And although the first such consoles aren’t expected to ship until next month, the machine’s already been seen in the wild. Sort of…

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Microsoft's 60GB Xbox 360

A picture has emerged on website Penny College of an Xbox 360 box, which is branded as “Go Pro” and labelled as a 60GB machine. The box states that the machine comes with: one wireless controller, a headset, one component AV cable, a network cable and Xbox Live Silver-level membership.

According to the website's report, the picture was snapped in a New York City branch of US retail chain Target. However, the machine isn’t scheduled to be released in the US until 4 August.

Any UK reader now drooling at the sight of a 60GB machine has some disappointment in store, because Microsoft hasn’t confirmed if the new capacity machine will arrive in the UK yet.

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