I guess that depends how old your TV is and it's specs. Certain resolutions and framerates are only capable over more recent HDMI specs and displaying more than 60 frames might also be an issue depending on the refresh rate of the TV I suppose? I don't know all the technical details, but if it's true, it would be true for any console or a PC connected to that TV. IF the TV doesn't support something it will be an issue for all connected hardware - so anyone trying to make a deal of this like it is an Xbox issue is a pretty big hater to dig that deep and then blame a TV set issue on a console that would be connected to the TVNah I jut found it funny. But I did read that to use to new features of the Xbox that you will have to purchase a modern tv to get the frame rates etc? Is this true? I am excited for a new Xbox, I just feel like the PS4 did beat them last generation, and then honestly my favorite is still the Switch. My PS4 is collection dust at the moment. Xbox hands down won the controllers though.
They haven't said. There's a discless Xbox One S currently available. I'd imagine there will be a disc drive still - but I'll be happy if they have an offering that skips the disc drive. With the graphics and such today, the load time from disc is too slow and both Xbox One and PS4 require installation before you can play and it takes longer to install from disc than it does to download digital. A digital download is fully patched usually and the disc isn't so you install and then need an update too.The design is always a seller for me. I liked the look of the Xbox one. It looked like a media center with it's square look. Are they still putting a physical disk drive in, or are they going disk less this time?
They've been very vague - yes it has SSD, other than that just some vague bits and pieces and "at least 4 times more powerful than Xbox One X". The Gamespot article below has most details I've heard of. That includes rumors of 2-3 models, like a base model at an entry level (I'm sure still fairly expensive at launch) and then a more powerful model similar to today's Xbox One/S/X or PS4 /ProAny word on the specs? SSD? HD Size?
I dunno. You seem to be starting your anti-xbox campaign already with no real facts and posting pictures you find on your Sony/Nintendo fanboy sites of things that are a similar size/shape. Dang, I never realized that all these consoles ever have copied the cardboard box. They are the same size and shape, must contain the same insides and be the same thing.I'm not mad, just saying it's basically a PC.