Microsoft to allow 3rd parties to manufacture Xbox 360 compatible consoles?

Posted on Friday, Jun 27 2008 @ 03:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
1UP writes Microsoft is planning a move that could shake up the console world - the site heard the software giant is considering to allow third parties to manufacture hardware that can run Xbox 360 games:
We'll tell you what's up with Microsoft: new hardware options. It may sound totally insane -- trust us, we did a double-take the first time Qmann whispered it in our ears -- but word has it that Microsoft may begin allowing third-party manufacturers to create Xbox 360 hardware. And we're not talking about peripherals, people; we mean hardware that runs 360 game discs created by someone other than Microsoft. It's a novel way of dealing with that red ring issue, don't you think?

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