Tagged: Xbox Slim

It may be hard to believe that it’s nearly 3 years since the Xbox One released. Before that, my 360 had been replaced by the Slim version with a shiny gloss finish, far quieter noise output (remember those fans and the disc drive on the original?!) and a built in wireless adapter. The first gen Kinect also had a dedicated port but remembering back to that, maybe the less said the better – I still have the theme to Disney’s Kinect Rush in my head! And so there is little surprise that at this weeks’ E3, the Xbox One S … Read More »

Tomorrow’s Microsoft confrence at E3 is sure to bring a whole bunch of cool new reveals and information for the future of the Xbox brand. One of those new reveals has been leaked a day ahead of Microsoft’s time on the stage. The Xbox One Slim, which was set to be announced tomorrow, has now been leaked. It has been described as ‘Sleeker, Slimmer, Sharper’ and is said to be 40% smaller than the original Xbox One. It has a 2TB Hard drive, 4K Ultra HD video, HDR, a new controller and a vertical stand. The leak did not include … Read More »

So We are only a few weeks from this year’s E3 show; people are already placing their bets on the Xbox One Slim. In the past, we have seen Microsoft release updated console hardware about every 2 years. The same trend is expected to continue with the current gen consoles too we expect, which makes it highly likely that Microsoft would make use of E3 2015 as the stage to launch the Xbox One Slim Microsoft may or may not utilize a smaller manufacturing process for the SoC. At present, the AMD APU inside the Xbox One is built using the 28nm … Read More »

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