.. But that wasn't his most interesting piece of information. According to Sebastion, Microsoft is "working with channel partners to lessen the [price] gap." Despite earlier reports by Don Mattrick, who said that the company was a firm believer in their price and sounded as if they were unwilling to compromise, that might not be the truth.
Would a price cut of $50 change your mind? How about $100, ..
I dunno man, seems just a tad bit sketchy. But I would think that MS is always looking at price, so if Mattrick wanted to keep the premium price, and now he's gone, yea I could see them dropping it a bit. As a realistic price, I see $430 happening as the lowest price the XONE could go. I just don't know about that $400 price match. E.g. 500 gig hard drive, the Kinect 2.0, motorized triggers, etc. Thoughts?