The second console in the Xbox Series, the Xbox 360 is Microsoft’s entry in to the seventh generation of video games consoles, competing directly with Nintendo’s Wii and Sony’s PlayStation 3.
As with the previous iteration, the Xbox 360 features Xbox Live, the online service through with you can receive regular updates, Play online, download games from Xbox Live Arcade (and with a 250 GB hard drive there is ample space to save these downloads), purchase and stream music, watch television programs and films and access third party content via streaming applications such as Netflix and YouTube. The Xbox 360 also allows users to stream content via local area networks directly from their PCs.
These services help the Xbox 360 reposition the Xbox brand all an all in one multimedia entertainment system rather than just a video games console. Eighty four million Xbox 360 consoles have been sold worldwide, as of June 2014.
This Xbox One comes with 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive that gives you plenty of memory for games, demos, movies, apps, music and much more.