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 Jul 28, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* EGM: Xbox360 to ship with no cables?

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I'm betting it's just an oversight, but EGM is worried that the Xbox360 might ship with no output cables at all.

Then again, printer companies stopped shipping with the printer cable years ago.

At the recent Xbox Summit, Microsoft showed off preliminary designs for the box that will eventually house Xbox 360. On the side, a list rattled off what's inside: Xbox 360, hard drive, wireless controller, headset and Ethernet cable. Composite cables (the yellow, red, and white things) have been a standard inclusion in consoles for years, but are nowhere to be found.
It's possible they're trying to decide whether to include just the basics or also include an HDTV connector standard; alternatively, they might just leave buying the connector (and picking which one they want) to the consumer.
 

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