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dface
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re: Teardown: Xbox 360 E an Xbox One wannabe
dface   6/28/2013 2:40:43 AM
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Interesting, Microsoft X850744-004 south bridge

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old account Frank Eory   6/27/2013 9:36:25 PM
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From the list of changes, I'd say cost reduction is sufficient motivation.

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Olaf.Barheine   6/27/2013 12:03:19 PM
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Maybe, Microsoft has learned from the automobile industry. They refresh a little bit the design of the old model and increase the prices before they come with a new model.

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docdivakar   6/27/2013 2:03:48 AM
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Nice work... I would have loved to see also the gaming controller tear down. It would be interesting to see what accels/gyros were used. MP Divakar

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IDontUseTheForumSoWhyAmIForc   6/26/2013 7:10:49 PM
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First to market has always been a huge concern among console vendors ... it could very well be a stop gap measure

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chanj0   6/25/2013 6:10:56 PM
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Easy assemble and disassemble is always better. To maximize profit, management counts every screw. The fewer; the better. I wonder what's the motivation to launch XBox 360 E in this late time since the launch of XBox One is right around the corner. Would keeping Ouya to gain momentum be one of the reasons?

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Robotics Developer   6/25/2013 3:49:51 PM
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Nice quick overview of the Xbox 360E! I was wondering how this compares to the previous offerings and why we would want to upgrade?



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