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gamevet 08-03-2014 01:16 PM

Ultra Rare Orange Halo Edition Xbox found at a swap meet.
 
http://forum.digitpress.com/forum/sh...ole-discovered

Quote:

Originally Posted by DTJAAAAMJSLM
Haven't posted here in a while, but a friend of mine requested that I share his find here. He recently acquired this orange original Xbox at a swap meet of some sort and requested that I photograph it. He originally thought it was just a modded system with a custom shell, but turns out the thing actually has the official Microsoft and Halo markings on it.

He has been asking around on places like ASSEMBLERgames (Topic on it here) and apparently based off the info currently known, it seems to be the only one in existence at the moment with the Halo Edition markings. Not sure if he's going to keep it, though he did mention receiving quite a few offers already, including one that was $15K.


http://i.minus.com/jbm4bFYLXfSa1i.jpg

That's a pretty sweet looking console.

Pedro 08-08-2014 12:45 PM

Re: Ultra Rare Orange Halo Edition Xbox found at a swap meet.
 
Would you pay 15k for it?? :p

crackajack 08-12-2014 05:30 AM

Re: Ultra Rare Orange Halo Edition Xbox found at a swap meet.
 
15k? Wow!
But ok, if it's really a unique item. Some collectors have their hobby and passion. Fine for them if its fun for them.

I wonder why consoles are not more often in transparent cases.

I love automatic watches with glass back plates and skeleton fronts. Electronics pieces without moving parts are hardly as interesting but (vaguely) seeing the inside tech is still nice.
Although probably nothing i want to palce beside the TV.


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