The Xbox One might a little harder to find than expected when it launches later this year. China’s Economic Daily News reports that Microsoft is having yield issues with Xbox One components and that it may cut its initial planned shipments of the console from 7 million to 6.2 million. We already know that Microsoft has delayed launching the Xbox One in eight different countries so news of production issues isn’t too much of a shock. The Xbox One features an eight-core 1.6GHz processor, 8GB of RAM, an 800MHz graphics processor and a completely revamped Kinect sensor. The console will go on sale in November starting at $500.
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