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Time to mark the personal calendar, on May 21, 2013 (which is Tuesday), Microsoft has just confirmed that it will reveal to the world the next version of Xbox, codenamed “Durango.”
Then the countdown begins, in about 26 days by half, the folks at Redmond will officially reveal the next game console the Xbox team has been working on for years. The company is holding a special press conference on the Xbox campus in Redmond, Washington, and everyone is invited. That’s right, Microsoft will stream the event live (10:00 am PDT) on Xbox.com, Xbox Live, and Spike TV – that is, if you are in the United States or Canada.
Here we go! #XboxReveal http://t.co/O47cfPw6n5
– Larry Hryb (@majornelson) April 24, 2013
The news comes from the website of Major Nelson, a member of the Xbox project team, and also from an invitation sent Wednesday by Microsoft, which read “A New Generation Revealed.” Don Mattrick and the Xbox team invite him to campus. Xbox for a special reveal: #XboxReveal.
Without a doubt, May 21 will be an exciting day for both Microsoft and Xbox fans, and we will finally know what the next generation of Xbox will bring to the entertainment platform. Finally, we will find out if the console will actually have an “Always On” connection. If it is really the next converter you will have. And if the technical specifications are what we have read:
Possible hardware specs for the Xbox ‘Durango’
According to information on the web, the next Xbox will have an AMD brand CPU, X64 architecture, with 8 cores running at 1.6 gigahertz (GHz). The graphics processor or GPU will have a custom 800 megahertz class D3D11.1 with 12 shader cores providing up to 768 threads. At peak performance, the GPU can effectively produce 1.2 trillion floating point operations per second.
It will also have an Ethernet (Gigabit) port, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct, a 6x Blu-ray disc drive, 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, 32 MB of fast built-in SRAM (ESRAM), a standard 500 SATA 2 GB HDD , HDMI input and output and some USB ports 3.
How much will the next Xbox game console cost? There is no correct answer for this. However, Paul Thurrott, a Microsoft observer, suggested some time ago that the price of the console could be “$ 500, $ 300 with subscription.”
Do you want to join in on the excitement? Confirm your presence on Microsoft’s new Facebook page dedicated to this special event.
FAQ: If the LIVE broadcast of the May 21 event is missed, it will be available via Video On Demand on the console later that day.
– Larry Hryb (@majornelson) April 25, 2013
Major Nelson Fountain