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Microsoft Plans to Bring Smaller Xbox One Coming This Year

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Microsoft is planning to bring two new versions of Xbox of its own. The first will be the smaller but cheaper version of the Xbox One, and according to a report by Kotaku, another version named “Scorpio” is to be launched next year. The 2017 version of Xbox will have a more powerful GPU reportedly capable of handling an Oculus Rift, according to some people familiar with the matter.

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The new version, which will release next year, will expect that it should have at least a 2TB hard drive, which is double the capacity of its existing hardware, and a GPU capable of handling 4K and VR but the same I/O transfer speed which could lead to hellish load times for gamers.

Microsoft is making a deal with Oculus that could make this a reality, as suggested by the report of Kotaku.


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