No, I speak from actual business experience. Go run one for yourself sometime and you'll understand.
So you're telling me that PC hardware manufacturers don't pass on the cost of returns and things in the pricing of their items? The fact of the matter is the cost I paid for any other person returning their Xbox is negligble at best and in fact I paid less than the early adopters.
It's the Cell Architecture - go look at the damned SDKs.
No, the Xenon is a modified version of the SPEs that the Cell processor also happens to use because they are both PPC processors, but the Xenon is not a Cell processor as they have a different architecture. If the 360 had a Cell processor, than why was Sony touting that the PS3 was better because of it's use of the Cell? That makes absolutely no sense.
You're arguing 360 vs PC - you stick with your 360 and quit diverting by mentioning other hardware you own - it's YOUR 360 vs MY PC.
No, that's not what I've been arguing at all. I was arguing against the claim that console gaming was more expensive than PC gaming which is what the person I first responded to was trying to claim. I on the other hand was showing that this wasn't the case. It had nothing to do with whether PCs or consoles was superior to one another. That was some bizarre nonsense you interjected.
Your main argument, way up there, was pretty much hinting at entertainment value.
No, it wasn't. You bringing in Netflix or something else had nothing at all to do with any of my claims which were strictly on the price of console gaming (in this case the price of buying a 360) to the price of PC gaming (the price of buying a PC to run modern games).
Try beating a PC in the hands of someone that knows how to use it.
I do. All the time on my PC.
See above. Stick with your argument and quit detracting by mentioning other things.
Stick with what argument? That consoles are not more expensive than buying a PC to game? I've been sticking with that the whole time and have shown that they aren't more expensive.