Originally Posted by Rose
I don't understand three things:
1. Why the **** does M$ still need that ****ing powerbrick/Why doesn't Sony? Is there that big of a difference in design teams that one is that more energy efficient?
2. Why did Microsoft not make it bluetooth compatible.
and finally, why the **** do people still have to install games? That makes no sense now.
To answer your first question, it makes it so you don't have to put the power supply inside of the console, so it's less prone to overheating. It also helps so you can make the console smaller.
Your second question I'm not sure.
Your 3rd question: I think the space on discs isn't big enough. That's just a guess though :P