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New Xbox 360 has red dot of death, instead? Not quite

Sean Hollister
June 21, 2010
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RRoD may be gone by omission, but that doesn't mean your new Xbox 360 won't occasionally give you the evil eye. Case in point: this 250GB unit spotted over at NeoGAF, which has a red dot smack dab in the center of the power button. What message is it trying to convey? Find out after the break.



Microsoft's leaving nothing to chance -- this Xbox 360 takes care of itself.

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