So, what is the catch here? When something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Since I am not an Xbox expert I can't answer, but what might a user of an older system lose in this exchange? I'll leave that question to the Xbox elite to answer.
Hopefully the answer is nothing and the end result is a net gain!
I've got one of the units Mt.Dew was giving out during the "every10minute.com" promotion (my wife won it!!!) - so it would be nice to get a new refresh unit... though, it's been rock solid from day one.
Where is this update. I hope I get a bricked console, because I have the first console with the HDMI output.
They break it, they fick it. Fair enough. I am sure people will complain about this, but whatever. If my console goes down, I put more time into other things until I get it back.
sounds like a bad move from a company standpoint. instead of fixing the problem they just give away a new system that works with the bad software but a great bonus from a consumer point of view.I wish Sony would do the same thing in some cases.
i hope mine breaks to. i got a model from 2007 past years had red ring of death the drive sounds like a jet turbine engine, and its when i watch netflix i have to turn the volume up on the tv cause the fan is SOOOO loud.