Microsoft's brand new Xbox will be revealed at 1PM EDT/10AM PDT, bringing with it news of games, content, and all things Kinect. We'll be there live bringing you every gory detail—and you can watch along for yourself right here, right now.
We're finding out about the new Xbox in just a few hours. But that doesn't mean we have no idea what's coming. Here's a rundown of everything we know, or think we know, about the next Xbox.
How does an 8-core 1.6GHz chip backed by a 768-thread-packing GPU in your Xbox sound? Apparently the Xbox 720, or whatever it ends up getting called, will boast 1.2 teraflops of processing power. Those gun-toting scumbags are never going to look so real when you blow their heads clean-off with your Barrat .50 cal.
Xbox World has a report on the next Xbox, which will likely be called just Xbox and not Xbox 720 or Windows Xbox 8 or something. The next Xbox is expected to have "four hardware cores, each divided into four logical cores" and 8GB of RAM and more goodies.
E3 has come and gone without any sign of the Xbox's successor. But a leaked Microsoft presentation, dating back to August of 2010, seems to indicate that the oft-rumored Xbox 720 is definitely on the way, and is on track for a holidays 2013 release complete with Kinect 2, more set-top box functionality, and a pair of…
According to IGN, sources close to the next Xbox project have told them the new console will have six times the graphics processing power of the Xbox 360, and will have 20 percent more performance than Nintendo's Will U.
So much news passes before our collective eyes every day that we couldn't possibly cover it all. Mostly because much of it isn't worth covering! But here are a some borderline tidbits we passed on, just in case.