Editors' note: Microsoft has discontinued the Xbox 360 Core version discussed here and replaced it with the Xbox 360 Arcade, which is available for $200. That model includes HDMI output, a 256MB memory card, and a wireless controller.Quick Take: The Xbox 360 Core System is Microsoft's low-end Xbox 360 bundle. For $299, you get the Xbox 360 console, a single wired controller, and a composite A/V cable. In contrast, the $399 Xbox 360 bundle comes with the console, a wireless controller, a combination composite/component A/V cable (capable of connecting to standard- or high-definition TVs), an Ethernet cable, an Xbox Live headset, and a 20GB hard drive. For a limited time, the $399 bundle also includes a Media Remote Control. In other words, the $399 bundle is far and away the superior value.