Microsoft’s Next Generation Xbox Series X

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The design and console of Microsoft New Xbox series X was revealed on the Game Awards. Previously Xbox Series X was being designed under the name Project Scarlett. This time rather than giving a console-style it looks more like a PC. Microsoft has also provided a small glimpse of the console in its new trailer. The whole world is excited to see Xbox Series X in real.

The console can be used horizontal and vertical directions both. The processor is claimed to be so strong that it would be four times powerful and efficient than before. The new Xbox has a new Bluetooth controller which comprises a rechargeable battery that is claimed to be stable with 40 hours of life.

The new Xbox will have a customized CPU built on AMD’s Zen 2 along with Radeon RDNA style. Microsoft has also decided to use an NVMe SSD on Xbox Series X, which will improve load times. Xbox Series X will be compatible for 8K gaming, ray tracing, and flexible refresh rate support. As expressed in an interview and through the graphics of a trailer, it is said that this Xbox would be capable of 12 teraflops which is eight times more than the Xbox One.

The controllers will be shipped with every Xbox and will work with Xbox one console and Windows 10 PCs. It will have more options, like the capability of capturing screenshots to make gaming more accessible. The controller would be smaller but will have better and more advanced specifications.

For a better response rate, the New Xbox will have Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and Dynamic Latency Input (DLI).

Microsoft launched the name after the confirmation of Sony releasing its new console PlayStation 5. However, Microsoft has claimed that Xbox series X would be the most powerful and fastest. This could be in reference to PlayStation 5 but we would have to wait and see which one works better and faster. Microsoft is continuing to excite and surprise people by its new specifications and expose of hardware.

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