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3 minutes ago, JPL said:

Also, where’s the hdmi port(s)?

 

Edit: Actually, is that 2 x HDMI ports and 2 x USBC ports?

 

Yes. 

 

https://www.theverge.com/2020/1/6/21053989/microsoft-xbox-series-x-rear-ports-connectivity-amd-ces-2020

 

There is also a USB-A at the front of the unit. 

 

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Microsoft is also including two USB-C ports, an Ethernet port, and optical out. Microsoft doesn’t appear to be using USB-A at the rear of the Xbox Series X, but the company is including a traditional USB port at the front. There’s also a regular two-pin connector at the rear of the Xbox Series X, suggesting that Microsoft is once again using an internal power supply on its next-generation Xbox.

 

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It's not legit. The article has been updated:

 

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AMD just admitted it showed us a fake Xbox Series X render
A major oops

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I really hope there’s a regular USB port round the back. 

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9 hours ago, Droo said:

Look guys, just tell me how many bits it is. That’s alls I need to know...

 

64.

 

Can't wait to see Turok.

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Hmmm, a wild Tidux appears:

 

 

I remember Tidux was a big leaker the previous gen, but can't remember if all his predictions / information panned out.

 

It would be interesting to have a generation where the two consoles have clearly different strengths. MS going all in on graphics, Sony going all in on speed.

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Very interesting, falls in line with some recent rumours. Please be £600+ 

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14 minutes ago, Meat said:

Very interesting, falls in line with some recent rumours. Please be £600+ 

Wait, what? 

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7 hours ago, Robo_1 said:

 

I remember Tidux was a big leaker the previous gen, but can't remember if all his predictions / information panned out.

Looks like his recent predictions need a bit of work. 
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Death Standing is definitely not coming to PC.

 

Edit: 888 posts! Woop!

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Well, from looking at his twitter account, there’s definitely no bias!

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Has anyone at Sony talked about how they are going to deal with BC? Is it all games, or only 1p?

 

And I wonder how they are going to finance it? Just a couple of years ago Mr Ryan said there wasnt enough software engineers available, or something like that. Outsourcing?

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From reddit via resetera

 

Survey on Remote Play

 

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Playing Remote Play on a Switch, AppleTV, AndroidTV

 

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A slim/portable DualShock controller for portable gaming


 

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Connecting other controllers (Xbox) and mouse/keyboard


 

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PS1 and PS2 games

 

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On 30/01/2020 at 07:45, Orbital2060 said:

So all titles that run on PS4 will also run on PS5?

 

What the PS4 Pro does is switch the CPU and GPU to a mode where it mimics the original PS4 spec. I'm expecting the same for PS5, which should mean 100% compatibility.

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