Microsoft: Xbox 360 not even at the halfway point of its life cycle

Posted on Friday, Aug 28 2009 @ 13:06 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Aaron Greenberg, Microsoft director of product management for the Xbox 360, told Kotaku that the Xbox 360 isn't even at the halfway point of its life cycle and that there are no plans for a slim version.
Instead of reinventing the outside of the console, Greenberg says that Microsoft is intent on continuing to reinvent the way people use their system.

That includes things like adding the ability to stream movies through NetFlix, the upcoming addition of Facebook, Last.FM and Twitter connectivity. Greenberg also points out that Microsoft's motion-detecting Project Natal, an interface he calls very next generation, is coming to this generations console.

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