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Some extra info, courtesy of this official Microsoft announcement:

Yes, the box can sit both vertically and horizontally

The controller is technically new. Microsoft say “Its size and shape have been refined to accommodate an even wider range of people, and it also features a new Share button to make capturing screenshots and game clips simple and an advanced d-pad derived from the Xbox Elite Series 2 Wireless Controller. The new Xbox Wireless Controller will be compatible with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, and will be included with every Xbox Series X.

It’ll support 60fps at 4K, “with possibility of up to 120FPS”, and will also support 8K visuals.

The Xbox Series X has a “next-generation SSD will virtually eliminate load times.”

It’s backwards compatible! Across all previous Xboxes! “Thanks to backward compatibility, you can expect your gaming legacy, thousands of your favorite games across four generations of gaming, all your Xbox One gaming accessories, and industry-leading services like Xbox Game Pass to be available when you power on your Xbox Series X in Holiday 2020.”

 

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Até agora gostei de tudo. Faltam saber specs e thermals da bicha.

 

De resto assume-se que a consola corra full hd a 60fps e 4k a 30fps conforme o jogo. O suporte de 4k a 60fps é verdade mas é mais marketing que outra coisa. A continuação de supprte de VRR é muito bem-vindo.

Falta a vez da sony.

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10 hours ago, PunK_BoY said:

Gosto...

Se Deus quiser nesta altura para o ano já cá está uma, para depois continuar a não ter tempo para jogar DASSSS... 

Não foste tu que disseste que chegaste a uma fase da tua vida que já não te dá prazer jogar?

Fase curta :-..


Não esquecer que o nome Xbox Series X quase que indica que vai haver uma Xbox Series S.

Sendo a S mais fraca obviamente. Apontaria para 399$ a S e 599$ a X.

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So, how big is the Xbox Series X? Our 3D interactive size comparison offers the best look yet at how the Xbox Series X stacks up to its closest current contemporaries.

versao interactiva do tamanho da bicha comparando com esta geração.

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2 hours ago, Batunaz said:
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So, how big is the Xbox Series X? Our 3D interactive size comparison offers the best look yet at how the Xbox Series X stacks up to its closest current contemporaries.

versao interactiva do tamanho da bicha comparando com esta geração.

 

Eu diria que o tamanho é não só uma opção de design como é também uma opção de engenharia para melhorar a performance térmica, criando uma espécie de túnel de ventilação, de baixo para cima.

Na prática, seguem a ideia da Apple e do MacPro (trash can) e agora mais recentemente, tal como o @Batunaz referiu, o Corsair One.

Vamos aguardar para ver a resposta da Sony.

Tenho a certeza que já sabiam há algum tempo desta opção de design da Microsoft, por isso não espero menos que algo bem concebido e com um design inovador, mas que em termos térmicos, seja superior à PS4.

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8 minutes ago, hellspinner said:

Se correr 4k60fps, o PC vai ficar parado mais vezes visto que a Xbox game pass é um excelente deal.

O Gamepass também é para PC. 

Embora o target seja 4k 60fps, certamente os titulos AAA vão tentar espremer a qualidade Graffias ao máximo e vai acabar em 4k 30fps como de costume nas consolas.

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Yesterday, AMD made a lot of noise in the industry with its keynote at CES. Among the new processors and other hardware announcements, the company showed off a highlight video that appeared to show the backside of the new Xbox series X.

But there was a major problem, someone at AMD purchased a render from TurboSquid and it was not accurate to what is actually shipping with the next-generation console. AMD is building the CPU/GPU for the next generation console, so when they show off the hardware, myself and many others, assumed that it would be accurate.

The problem is now that the Internet is filled with information that is showcasing the next generation Xbox series X inaccurately, the ports in the render, while not too far from the truth, are not right…let’s set the record straight.

Following this snafu, I was able to confirm with several insiders about the actual ports on the current early iterations of the hardware. Keep in mind, these may not be final and are subject to change but do come from multiple people familiar with the hardware.

As it stands right now, the series X features, on the back of the hardware, two USB-A ports (of the SuperSpeed variety), ethernet, a single HDMI port, optical audio, and a power connection. There is also another port on the back that may be used for debugging but there wasn’t an agreement on the nature of its functionality. The image at the top of this post shows a basic outline of how those ports appear on the actual hardware.

Also, on the back of the device are openings for air intake as well; all of the ports are located on the lower half of the hardware. Keep in mind, there is also a USB-A port on the front of the console but for now, it looks like Microsoft is sticking with the older USB style port.

I do wish that the series X would use Type-C as that is where the market is headed and is more user-friendly but that’s not currently be used on the early hardware iterations. As always, these ports could change before release but that’s what I am hearing the series X is using today.

 

E AINDA:

 

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Fica aqui uma info (meio offtopic ou nem por isso) para quem como eu joga consola/PC num monitor:
Se a Xbox Series X e a PS5 suportarem as 2 freesync estamos safos com os monitores que temos. ( A Xbox Series X vai suportar quase de certeza, a xbox One x já o faz, a ps4 pro é que não)
Se as 2 só suportarem VRR por hdmi, só dispositivos com hdmi 2.1 é que podem usar isso, não existem monitores com hdmi 2.1 actualmente, isto porque não há gráficas com isso também.

O que mais me "preocupa" é que a sony tem de vender TV's também...

 

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4 minutes ago, Revenge said:

Não deixa de ser estranho porque a AMD faz um hack qualquer nos seus Gpu's para suportar Freesync em monitores com versões mais antigas do HDMI.

acho que aqui a limitação é apenas de largura de banda

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