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Topic # 179228 1-Sep-2015 07:51
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  Reply # 1377505 1-Sep-2015 07:53
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not an ssd but a Solid State Hybrid Drive, pretty big difference there.



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  Reply # 1377507 1-Sep-2015 07:56
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Yes, sorry. Updated. In a hurry to get to the airport and MS Ignite...





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1377534 1-Sep-2015 09:09
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US pricing is really good. The elite controller alone is worth USD$150. That's $50 savings right there + Hybrid SSD add on. Still no confirmed release date for the elite controller in NZ but thankfully it's NZ$199 incl GST here. We get a better deal that the Americans who pay have to pay tax on top of USD$150.




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$200 for a controller is overpriced... well and truly overpriced....



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reven: $200 for a controller is overpriced... well and truly overpriced....




Not if its the best controller ever in the world, and it never breaks and you never have to buy another. Being hopeful here having Pre-Ordered it.




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  Reply # 1379903 4-Sep-2015 17:15
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keepitwarm:
reven: $200 for a controller is overpriced... well and truly overpriced....




Not if its the best controller ever in the world, and it never breaks and you never have to buy another. Being hopeful here having Pre-Ordered it.



lol, sucker :P   personally I don't care if its the best controller in the world, for $200 its overpriced.  the xbox elite price isnt bad though, just the controller by itself is overpriced.

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