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Re: Xbox 360: Like Sony and Apple's Illegitimate Child
Posted by Rob Enderle on 2005-05-16 07:31:10
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The very first thought that crossed my mind when I saw the new Xbox was that this is probably what would have resulted if the rumored merger between Sony and Apple had been successful. It borrows heavily from design elements common in the most aggressive products from both companies and seems to miss many of disadvantages both firms have historically suffered. Put it next to the Mac Mini, and from a design perspective, it is just better.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Xbox 360: Like Sony and Apple's Illegitimate Child  Rob Enderle  2005-05-16 07:31:10
Re: Xbox 360: Like Sony and Apple's Illegitimate Child  frankiec  2005-05-17 01:57:07
Re: Xbox 360: Like Sony and Apple's Illegitimate Child  bugmenot2  2005-05-16 23:56:25
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