I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Holding hardware makes pretty much anyone look like a doofus.
There really isn't a "good" or "correct" way to hold gaming hardware. No, scratch that. The correct way is to hold it in your hands as if you are playing. But that makes for crap photo ops. So at press conferences, like this recent one in Taiwan, game execs and models do their best to make hardware look attractive.
And, well, people either look stiff or strange. It's not their fault! It's just how it is.
Kinect was released in Taiwan way back in 2010. This spring, the country is getting the new family bundle and the Star Wars console.
Check out the awkward hardware holding in the above gallery. Photos courtesy of Sina.