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November 16, 2005

Design Issues 101

Via Mike McArtor,'s Xbox 360 Hardware Pr0n page contains a classic example of design failure:

Leave it to industrial designers to put the "how to remove" instructions under the [hard] drive, where you can't see them until after you get it off.

Note to industrial designers-- it helps when your clean, crisp instructional diagram is actually, y'know, visible.

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