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Microsoft Xbox One Slim leaks before E3

MIcrosoft Xbox One Slim leaks before E3

MIcrosoft Xbox One Slim leaks before launch

Microsoft Xbox One Slim leaks before E3

 

This article was possible thanks to information provided by Wraith on the OC3D Forums.

 

Microsoft's Xbox One Slim has leaked before its official reveal at E3 2016, with the new console sporting a design that is 40% smaller than the original Xbox One, up to 2TB HDD support and the ability to output 4K video and supports HDR.    

The power brick is integrated into this new design, simplifying cable management and makes the console much more mobile.    

  MIcrosoft Xbox One Slim leaks before launch

At this time, we do not know if this new unit features any hardware upgrades, but with a reduced form factor it seems likely that the Xbox One SOC has at received a Die shrink. 

 

You can join the discussion on Microsoft's Xbox One Slim on the OC3D Forums.    

 

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12-06-2016, 17:16:26

NeverBackDown
Looks UGLY. They went full Nitro on this... holes in the design and all. It's not needed.Quote

12-06-2016, 17:18:55

Munster
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Looks UGLY. They went full Nitro on this... holes in the design and all. It's not needed.
Said its got an internal power brick now. So may be the new holes are to vent the PSU.Quote

12-06-2016, 17:21:06

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Munster View Post
Said its got an internal power brick now. So may be the new holes are to vent the PSU.
PS4 does too. And it's vent are on the side and doesn't ruin the design. And that's with a system that pulls more wattsQuote

12-06-2016, 18:22:04

Thelosouvlakia
Hey, if they still haven't dealt with the thermals the original Xbox ONE has I'm calling BS on that one!Quote

13-06-2016, 04:39:02

SPS
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Looks UGLY. They went full Nitro on this... holes in the design and all. It's not needed.
I think if you're buying a console based on what it looks like, you're doing it wrong Quote
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