Microsoft’s Woes with the 360

VentureBeat explores what Microsoft did wrong with the 360 in an insightful article:

“Microsoft decided late to add a hard disk drive to most of the machines. It also came up late with a plan to add wireless controllers; all of the previous consoles shipped with wired controllers. The hard drive blocked a lot of the air flow on one side of the machine,” Takahashi wrote. “And the wireless modules had to have enough of their own space to ensure that there was no electrical interference. In the end, the machine was a series of compromises.”

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