Durango development hardware features an "always on, always connected design"
No thanks, what if i want to take my xbox with me on a weekend away somewhere, like the Lake District on a very rainy night in ?
"Every Durango console will have a hard drive, although its exact capacity has not been chosen. It will be large enough, however, to hold a large number of games
..and if I fill it ? Will it have 3rd party storage support like the WiiU ?
"Ultimately, Microsoft has asked itself a simple question: who wants to play games on a next-generation Xbox and yet doesn't have access to the internet?
every Durango will be sold with "a new high-fidelity Kinect sensor, which will be required for the system to operate,"
No thanks, never liked motion controls or any guff like that
The next Xbox, codename Durango, is said to utilise an AMD eight-core x64 1.6GHz CPU, a D3D11.x 800MHz graphics solution and 8GB of DDR3 RAM.
Please - don't degenerate this thread into "my PC is better than yours" thread or how important DDR5 or 3 is.
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