Microsoft moved up its Xbox and Kinect production for the holiday season and will consequently see shortages in the next two months. Demand for the units was plentiful, with 1.9 million Xboxes sold in December, but the production shortages stopped them from surpassing Nintendo Wii’s 2.3 million units. Consoles are facing declining sales in the past two years, but accessories like the Kinect are making up for the losses. Read the full article at PCMag.com
Microsoft Expecting Xbox and Kinect Shortages
Author: Shelly Palmer
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