Xbox One Blu-ray drive is noisy and has issues readings discs

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#1

We’ve just posted the following news: Xbox One Blu-ray drive is noisy and has issues readings discs[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2013/11/myce-xbox-one-blu-ray-drive-plds-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

The most active topic on the Xbox One support forums is about read errors caused by the optical drive inside Microsoft’s latest console

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#2

What a shock!
A manufacturer has made a financial decision compromising the quality of a product in a competitive market …


#3

And it’s a LiteOn drive… I’m so surprised. :rolleyes:


#4

The 360 was notorious for having a flimsy / cheaply made to cut corners DVD-ROM drive. I heard they even removed noise and vibration dampening parts to lower cost! I hoped they would have learned this time around.


#5

[QUOTE=debro;2710433]What a shock! A manufacturer has made a financial decision compromising the quality of a product…[/QUOTE]

VERSION 1 OF PRESS RELEASE…

"Dear [S]Stupid[/S] Customers - noisy? That means you have CRAPPY SPEAKERS and need a massive upgrade. Fortunately, with this purchase, here’s a $5 savings for any of our $2,000 gamer-certified speaker systems.

[I](Construction crews, forklift and all other equipment, as well as home-remodeling licenses are not included.)"[/I]

VERSION 2 is being perfected at this very moment, mentioning how this NOW presents you, Dear Customer, with a great chance to ‘upgrade’ your gamer speaker system. They are also working on ZIP code based links for construction firms to visit with their certified uniforms. Er, at least logo’d pocket protectors.