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it is their first attempt at hardware design in years.

You seem to be forgetting about the xbox.
You seem to be forgetting the 360 came out in 2006.
The revisions since then though counts.
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The revisions since then though counts.

I doubt a different HDD size and new design counts as "new"
    
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The revisions since then though counts.

I doubt a different HDD size and new design counts as "new"
New design does, HDD doesn't.
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New design does, HDD doesn't.

So if I put all my motherboard, GPU, CPU etc. and buy a new HDD then put it in a smaller case does that mean I have a brand new computer? Because that's basically what the XBOX 360 "slim" is. Microsoft hasn't released any new hardware since 2005.
    
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New design does, HDD doesn't.

So if I put all my motherboard, GPU, CPU etc. and buy a new HDD then put it in a smaller case does that mean I have a brand new computer? Because that's basically what the XBOX 360 "slim" is. Microsoft hasn't released any new hardware since 2005.
*points at Wikipedia page on xBox360 mobo revisions*
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Whoa whoa whoa, your trying to tell me that a company is releasing a product and trying to make a profit?

What kind of inconsiderate, ruthless, incompetent company is this?
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Hardware should be free to play imo.
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So about a $200 dollar profit? That's rediculous

Throw in R&D, marketing, shipping, logistics, cost to build OS, die and tooling... Probably a 30 dollar profit. This is just what the components cost.

Exactly.
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I just thought I'd watch a video on this and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jozTK-MqEXQ

damn thing crashes as soon as he opens IE.

I don't think it's worth the $300.00 even
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Whoa whoa whoa, your trying to tell me that a company is releasing a product and trying to make a profit?
What kind of inconsiderate, ruthless, incompetent company is this?

My thoughts exactly. "OMG Microsoft you are selling a product that people are willing to pay for?"

The amount of whine in this thread is too damn high.
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