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The Xbox 360 can sit horizontally or vertically, but Microsoft has been emphatic that the Xbox One needs to be placed horizontally only.
Albert Penello, Microsoft senior director of product management, told GameSpot at Tokyo Game Show that the Xbox One was not designed to stand vertically.
"We don't support vertical orientation; do it at your own risk," he said. "It wouldn't be a cooling problem, we just didn't design the drive for vertical. Because it's a slot loading drive, we just didn't design it for both."
He doesn't say what would happen if the console sits upright, but he implied that it would be very, very bad, like crossing the streams bad.
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