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|20th August 2009, 15:54||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
XBOX 360 Overheating Again... By Mass Effect 2 Demo This Time
We've noticed Bioware's recent tweet saying that Mass Effect 2 demo is overheating Xboxes, which to tell you the truth is nothing out of the ordinary knowing Xbox's thermal characteristics.
The team is apparently working round the clock to fix this problem, although we'd rather see Microsoft fixing this problem at the source.
|21st August 2009, 15:13||#3|
//edit: btw, I've also heard good things about their mice and keyboards, seem to be very good stuff (and if they are as strong as they made them 10 years ago then they won't break if you abuse them )
|21st August 2009, 21:21||#4|
Yeah, I have a 4+ year old Wireless Intellimouse Explorer... thing still works great, always been happy with the tracking so never had a reason to replace it. Battery life lasts about 3-4 months. Biggest problem was the poor reception, but it works perfectly if the receiver is kept close enough.
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