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|4th November 2005, 00:42||#1|
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Xbox 360 Rolling Off the Assembly Lines
It's now less than a month until Xbox 360 launches in the United States. In fact, as of this writing, there are roughly 20 days, 480 hours and 28,800 seconds until you'll have your own grubby hands on a next-generation machine of your own, a chance to become part of Microsoft's HD Era.
As part of 1UP's daily countdown to launch time, we've dug up some of the first footage of the Xbox 360 production line. The next-generation machines you're seeing put together are the ones that will be sold in stores later this month. In a number of ways, next-generation is already here. A mere street date is all that stands in the way.
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