Xbox 2 set to feature removable hard drive?

Microsoft's next-generation Xbox console is set to feature a removable hard drive bay, according to online reports today, which will allow users to upgrade their entry-level systems to include mass storage capabilities.

Citing a "reliable source", technology news site Engadget revealed details of the removable hard drive, claiming that the unit attaches to the top of the console "in a really slick way, almost like the hood scoop on a muscle car."

Source: gamesindustry.biz

Well if his is true, it will be easier to make the Xbox 360 into the ultimate multimedia server. Even more games, music, and movies! I am more interesting the wireless controllers. While the controller cord on the Xbox is nice and long compared with the PS2 and GC, I still love wireless. Nintendo's WaveBird is wonderful. While I am on the subject, why in the word can't someone (Sony?) make a good wireless controller for the PS2? I cannot find a good review to save my life.

Comments (1)

The more junk they add, the higher the cost, the less power reserved for games, and more stuff people don't need. God forbid if we should actually get a GAME system anymore.

Logitech is the only good wireless for the PS2, at least as far as I've read. The newer ones are supposed to be really solid.

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