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The power switch: Turbo runs the processor at 1,480 MHz while Standard offers 740 MHz.
Media slot and network jack up close. The 100 Mbit chip doing its stuff inside the Xbox certainly delivers the goods.
The remote control costs extra, sadly, but is a must for using the Xbox as a media center.
FriendTech included a high-grade A/V cable with the DreamX-1480 that enables connection to a television via S-Video or Composite and to a stereo unit via cinch or optical cable.
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