I can see them being ok with ratcheting up the price of the Scorpio, and then lowering the Xbox One S price, so that they offer a lower cost and an "elite" version of their ecosystem. I mean, this is a company that released a $150 controller... so a $500-$600 console is not out of the question.signore wrote: ↑Mar 14th, 2017 2:24 pmIt's must be a tough decision at Microsoft HQ right now in terms of finding the right balance for price/power.
They're in a position to blow PS4 Pro out of the water in specs, but that may be at the expense of a 500-550 USD price point... which really cut into initial consumer buy in. E3 2013 was a disaster, but the $100 difference between PS4/Xbox One at launch was just as damaging.
I just can't see it being more than $400/450 USD, which hopefully doesn't limit its potential too much.
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