Leaked questionnaire reveals future plans for the X360?

question markWe would like to start this off with a brief discussion about survey and questionnaire. We were planning to tell you how the latter is a rather cheap and efficient tool. After all, a questionnaire always gets direct answers unlike other research tools that allow respondents to beat around the bush. Yes, we were planning to do that but then again, nah.

We felt that this is kind of pressing so we would like to post this as early as we can. Here goes: Accordingly, there has been a leaked Microsoft questionnaire that hints on the company’s future plans for the X360. Unfortunately, we are still unable to ascertain the validity of the matter as of now.

If the questionnaire is to be believed, then we’re saying that Microsoft has again employed the “Bring it” attitude to answer its adversaries. Some have been speculating that the Microsoft is currently on shaky grounds because of various reasons. Anyway, here are the questions and tell us what you think about them:

  1. How interested would you be in buying an Xbox 360-branded mini-keyboard plug-in device for your controller to make text messaging and chat easier, assuming it would cost between $19-$29?
  2. How interested would you be in paying per song ($0.99/song) to download music to your Xbox 360 hard-drive from a music service? You would be able to use this service while playing a game?
  3. How interested would you be in paying a subscription per month ($14.99/mo) to stream any and all music to your Xbox 360 from a library of over two million songs? You would be able to use this service while playing a game?
  4. How interested would you be in paying per video ($19.99/movie, $1.99/TV show) to download standard definition full movies and TV movies to your XBOX 360 hard-drive?
  5. How interested would you be in renting movies ($3.99/movie) that are downloaded in standard definition to your XBOX 360 until you watch them and then are deleted?
  6. How interested would you be in paying a subscription per month ($5.99/mo) to access 10- 20 internet radio stations streamed to your Xbox 360? You would be able to use this service while playing a game?
  7. How interested would you be in using an integrated Xbox 360 Web Browser that would allow you to access and browse the Internet over your Xbox Live connection?
  8. How interested would you be in participating in beta tests for upcoming games if they cost an additional incremental fee?

Via Tek-Guru

question markWe would like to start this off with a brief discussion about survey and questionnaire. We were planning to tell you how the latter is a rather cheap and efficient tool. After all, a questionnaire always gets direct answers unlike other research tools that allow respondents to beat around the bush. Yes, we were planning to do that but then again, nah.

We felt that this is kind of pressing so we would like to post this as early as we can. Here goes: Accordingly, there has been a leaked Microsoft questionnaire that hints on the company’s future plans for the X360. Unfortunately, we are still unable to ascertain the validity of the matter as of now.

If the questionnaire is to be believed, then we’re saying that Microsoft has again employed the “Bring it” attitude to answer its adversaries. Some have been speculating that the Microsoft is currently on shaky grounds because of various reasons. Anyway, here are the questions and tell us what you think about them:

  1. How interested would you be in buying an Xbox 360-branded mini-keyboard plug-in device for your controller to make text messaging and chat easier, assuming it would cost between $19-$29?
  2. How interested would you be in paying per song ($0.99/song) to download music to your Xbox 360 hard-drive from a music service? You would be able to use this service while playing a game?
  3. How interested would you be in paying a subscription per month ($14.99/mo) to stream any and all music to your Xbox 360 from a library of over two million songs? You would be able to use this service while playing a game?
  4. How interested would you be in paying per video ($19.99/movie, $1.99/TV show) to download standard definition full movies and TV movies to your XBOX 360 hard-drive?
  5. How interested would you be in renting movies ($3.99/movie) that are downloaded in standard definition to your XBOX 360 until you watch them and then are deleted?
  6. How interested would you be in paying a subscription per month ($5.99/mo) to access 10- 20 internet radio stations streamed to your Xbox 360? You would be able to use this service while playing a game?
  7. How interested would you be in using an integrated Xbox 360 Web Browser that would allow you to access and browse the Internet over your Xbox Live connection?
  8. How interested would you be in participating in beta tests for upcoming games if they cost an additional incremental fee?

Via Tek-Guru

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