Microsoft initially made the switch to internal storage in the Xbox 360 Arcade last December, when it started offering the console with 256MB of internal memory. The updated model features the same, more reliable Jasper innards (65nm CPU and 65nm GPU) as its predecessor only with a new 4Gb Samsung NAND chip. This gives owners of the $199 base model a bit more room to store game files and media, while still being able to upgrade their consoles with a HDD later. Unfortunately for those looking to buy an Xbox 360 Arcade, we're not aware of any way to spot one of the new units without taking them out of the box.
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