- Mar 22, 2010
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This cuts both ways for you as well. You can't disregard a performance gap and then point and laugh at the Series S performance (which we have no idea of yet, by the way).
So let me ask you a serious question, what's so bad about the Series S?
Earlier in this thread it was stated that it's a 'terrible machine'. You liked the post so seemingly you agree with it? I'd also like to know what you are using as a reference point when answering, I mean surely you aren't just saying it's bad because 'MS BAD' ? Is there another R7000 machine that we can compare it to? Price vs. performance I think it should be pretty good, agree or disagree?
And no, lets not try and use price points now - we are looking at next gen consoles. If your budget machine has sub-par performance (especially as to capabilities marketed to the world), then a budget price is no excuse.
Why not? Because you can't provide any good reason for Series S being bad?...Supposedly
I'll ask you again, what are you comparing it against?