Microsoft’s official HD-DVD drive will release in stores with the HD-DVD drive and the Blu-ray player, while the HD-DVD drive will be sold separately

The Xbox 360 has been on sale for over three months and is currently the best-selling console in the world. It’s also responsible for more sales than any other machine. It’s already a popular console with PC owners, particularly those of us who are not satisfied with the standard, low-end models on the market. Microsoft has promised to release a top-performing version of the HD-DVD drive soon. The HD-DVD add-on is already available on the standard Xbox 360 hard drives that ship separately. Microsoft is also selling a high-speed USB 3.0 adapter for the machine. The hard drive will come in a range of sizes and colours and will sell for $79.99. Kinect-enabled Kinect camera will be available free with the Xbox 360 HD-DVD drive. The HD-DVD drive will be $99.99. Microsoft’s official HD-DVD drive will release in stores with the HD-DVD drive and the Blu-ray player, while the HD-DVD drive will be sold separately. While the HD-DVD drive is the only component that will be sold separately, it’s not an exclusive license. “We are committed to delivering high-definition video content to fans of HD-DVD, HD-DVD or HD-DVD and we have a number of exclusive offers on premium HD-DVD content that will make the HD-DVD player a must-have for all HD-DVD owners,” Microsoft’s Greg Canessa told 1UP.com. “The HD-DVD drive is the only part of HD-DVD that will be sold in the HD-DVD drive.” “If you have an HD-DVD drive, I don’t think it’s a big deal. If you have a new HD-DVD drive coming out, then it’s just a matter of price. The HD-DVD drive, is just a high-speed drive that’ll work with HD-DVD.” According to 1UP, the HD-DVD drive will enable higher resolution, clearer images and better color reproduction. It will also offer 4K Blu-ray playback. Microsoft is also introducing a new controller-style interface for the Xbox 360 that will be more intuitive to use. The new interface will be called “Kinect-enabled.”