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This is how Project Scorpio looks like

Xbox Project Scorpio | Prototype

This is how Project Scorpio looks like

The photos of the dev. kit of the Project Scorpio ( which will be the next Xbox model with a more powerful hardware ) were shared publicly through the Gamasutra site. Designed for Developers to make new Xbox-compatible games and applications under the name of the Project Scorpio, the kit looks like a big Xbox One S at first glance. While white is preferred at the top of the kit, the entrances and the Blu-ray reader are located in the black bottom.

 




 

The developer kit, reminiscent of the Xbox One S by the way, includes a real-time clock, an OLED display and five programmable buttons. It is stated that the display will show data such as the number of frames in seconds. Game developers will quickly see what’s important to them on this screen. The developer kit has three USB ports and a network card in front of it. It is explained that these entries and the network card will be included in the final version.

 

Scorpio’s developer kit includes more sophisticated components compared to versions that will meet the end user. Increasing the speed of the graphics processor Microsoft, RAM capacity has increased from 12 GB to 24 GB. Microsoft also added 1 TB SDD of storage alongside with the HDD storage area. Furthermore, the ventilation on the sides of the kit allows the developer to place multiple Scorpio on top of each other without affecting the cooling system of each console.

 




 

Microsoft will announce the console at the E3 2017 which will take place in June.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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