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ARM-based Xbox 'lite' coming in 2013, Xbox 360 successor later

zacharye (2330148) writes | more than 2 years ago

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zacharye (2330148) writes "Microsoft had intended to unveil its next-generation Xbox console during the annual E3 conference this year according to a BGR source, but it now looks as though that won’t happen — the company has gone on record in stating, “we can confirm that there will be no talk of new Xbox hardware at E3 or anytime soon.” According to “MS Nerd,” an insider with a solid track record of leaking unannounced information regarding Microsoft’s plans, the Redmond-based company is currently working on not one but two Xbox consoles that will launch in the coming years..."
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Who wants this? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 2 years ago | (#39441959)

So if you have a Kinect, you can but a $99 box to play games with it, instead of buying a $200 box. but Kinects are still nominally priced over $100 by themselves, and how many people own a Kinect without already owning an Xbox 360? You could also use it to play Xbox Live Arcade games it sounds like, but why would buy a $100 box just for that?
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