* Posts by Spinner

3 posts • joined 4 Oct 2007

Nintendo in profit on each Wii sold

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Is that all?

I would have figured the figures would be a lot more skewed than that. The Wii is essentially gamecube 2.0 with a fancy controller, so unless they were really taking a beating on the Gamecube, $6 out of $250 seems a bit small.

And as for Microsoft, the only way the 360 hardware is not turning a loss is if those figures exclude the $1 billion that they have set aside for hardware faults. Then again, maybe they saved quite a bit of money by making the hardware defective in the first place...

For the record, I have a 360 and a Wii, hence why I will leave bagging out Sony to others.

Apple's 3G iPhone to launch 11 July

Jobs Halo


You guys aren't even trying now, the headline should have been "The Second Coming of the Jesus Phone"

Apple TV 160GB media player


This or an Mac Mini

I have been thinking about getting a Mac Mini on clearance, to hook up to a 1080p LCD.

The Mac Mini can take EyeTV, is more flexible, but I am not sure if the purpose built Apple TV would make more sense. At the moment, can pick up the clearance Mac Mini for $550 (with combo drive), compared to $450 for the basic AppleTV.

Any thoughts?


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