[E3 2017] LOOK: The Microsoft Xbox One X, taken apart at E3
LOS ANGELES, USA – Microsoft showed off their most powerful console yet, the Xbox One X at E3 2017, contained in glass cases at their booth.
There were two of them at the show: one is the actual unit, albeit labeled a prototype, while the other unit was taken apart to show the console's components. Above, we show you the latter. To see the former in more detail, head over to this page.
Once nicknamed Project Scorpio, Microsoft’s new flagship product is packed with powerful features: 12 gigabyte GDDR5 Ram, 1 terabyte storage, 326 gb/s memory bandwidth, 4k/HDR Blu-Ray drive, 4K and HDR support, and the Scorpio Engine - eight custom x86 cores clocked at 2.3 GHz.
It will launch for $499 on November 7, 2017.
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