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Paying extra to fix a buggy video game console

Eugene is thinking about buying an Xbox One game console. but he's worried about extra charges if the device turns out to be all buggy.

Buggy tech is a worry shared by most users. You think everything should be running smoothly because a gadget is new, and it turns out the software still needs patching.

ASK LAZ: Smart answers to consumer questions

A game console is basically a personal computer in new clothes, so it's a very real concern that something can go kerblooey on the coding level.

What's my advice for Eugene? Check out today's Ask Laz video for the answer.

If you have a consumer question, email me at asklaz@latimes.com or contact me via Twitter @Davidlaz.

 

 

 

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