Read my post again. I was complaining about it not being detachable or able to upgrade. If it goes. You have to send the whole unit in since its built inside. Cracking it open would void warranty. Unlike the PS4 that is detachable and upgradeable.
It was handled terribly. People getting back Frankenstein units that would be broke right out of the box. Or RROD shortly after with in a few weeks. Many having to constantly send theirs in for a 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc time. If MS really had faith in their hardware this time around. And since they burned hundreds of thousands owners with the RROD. How about giving a 3 year warranty? My oh my how people forget or do not care about being burned from the previous console when a new one hits. Shame on you. Because of it. I went with Sony this time with the PS4. And I still own a 360.
Xbox One never happening though. Especially with them forcing the Kinect and driving up the cost. And we are not even talking about their huge PR blunder. Specifically "deal with it" attitude. They can choke on a turd after that with their cocky internal attitudes.
Edited by FattysGoneWild - 8/8/13 at 4:23pm
Originally Posted by lacrossewacker
3 year warranty they gave out was handled very well.and you're COMPLAINING that they're including a 500gb hard drive?
MS's first take on a gaming system was off to a shaky start with the RROD. That's been entirely fixed and hopefully
they've learned their lesson about certain properties of materials when they're under heat.
As far as suing...do you live under a rock? Most companies have this to prevent idiots just taking them to court for the heck of it. Costly to keep those lawyers wallets filled...
It's like some people here only see the negatives in MS's policies and castrate them for it, then turn a blind eye towards the REST of the industry -_-
Just like when somebody argued that MS's policies "are subject to change" pft...look at the rest of the world