Production lines are to be set to full steam this August as the Xbox 360 finally hits mass-production levels, it was revealed over the weekend. Exactly when Microsoft would begin full scale manufacturing of its new baby has long been something of a bone of contention, with regular stories warning of shortages blighting early PR work.
The Taiwan Economics News reports that two companies, Foxlink International and Ji-Haw Industrial will begin delivering components to Microsoft assembly lines en-masse next month, with seperate reports claiming that debugging units are already rolling off lines in preparation for upcoming Xbox 360 showings.
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