The next Xbox will be revealed in April, "developers and other industry professionals" tell...

The next Xbox will be revealed in April, "developers and other industry professionals" tell gaming site CVG. Hopefully the hardware will literally be revealed - Sony failed to do this at its PS4 event, or provide pricing info. Past rumors mention an 8-core CPU and 800 MHz. GPU from AMD, a Blu-ray player, a next-gen Kinect with lower latency and an improved color stream, and (most intriguingly) a cheap Xbox set-top focused on casual gaming and media use. Microsoft (MSFT) had been expected to show off the next Xbox at June's E3 convention.

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  • rjgood
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    The smartphone/tablet battlefield is past the halfway point of being played out. My bet is that by 2015, the PC/Tablet/Smartphone market shifts will stabilize. (No more "Death of the PC" and "Cannibalization" articles, whohoo!)


    Its the TV (home entertainment) battlefield that is the next war. MSFT has a chance to get further ahead of the entire market with this release. Xbox 360 is a fine home entertainment device, but it has a long way to go...especially with AAPL, GOOG, INTC, etc. in or entering the market.


    The landscape of the early TV/home entertainment device war will be defined on this reveal, of the Xbox 720. Boom or bust? Depends on what MSFT has up their sleeve.
    22 Feb 2013, 06:29 PM Reply Like
  • IntInvestorHB
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    The pc will never die, I have a tablet, smartphone, an Imac, and a gaming rig, and a console. I use all of them, they have their different purposes, ipad will replace netbooks and notebooks to a certain extent but not PC'S
    22 Feb 2013, 06:39 PM Reply Like
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