Hardware GM Leo Del Castillo showcases the inner hardware.
Fancy watching the Xbox One X come together, one shiny piece at a time? During Xbox Daily on June 13th, Microsoft’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb sat down with Xbox hardware GM Leo Del Castillo to just that. Check out the video here and learn a bit more about the console’s interesting physical structure.
The Xbox One X was named and properly revealed during Microsoft’s E3 presser. Along with an Ultra HD Blu-ray player, three USB 3.0 ports, 12 GB DDR5 RAM and a 6 Teraflop GPU, it also sports liquid cooling to keep things running smoothly. It’s the smallest Xbox console by far which is impressive in its own right.
Releasing on November 7th worldwide, the Xbox One X will retail for $499 in North America, £449 in the UK and €499 in Europe. An impressive array of new titles like Forza Motorsport 7 and Crackdown 3 will support the hardware, running at 4K resolution and supporting HDR. What are your thoughts on the console thus far? Let us know in the comments.