Microsoft has always had a problem with naming products, eliciting jokes from customers and the industry, but now the company is applying that same <*ahem*> “skill” to its gaming systems.
The Xbox One X will join the Xbox One and Xbox One S lineup in November, bringing the following notable enhancements:
- True 4K (8M pixels) and high dynamic range
- 4K UHD Blu-ray playback
- Liquid cooling
- Fully backward compatible with Xbox One accessories and games
- Smallest Xbox ever
- 6-teraflop graphics chip
- 12 GB of memory
- 326 GB/second of memory bandwidth
Watch the full announcement at E3 (to get directly to the event start, shift to the 35 minute mark):
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