One of the basic promises that Microsoft Project Scorpio brings is gaming in 4K quality.
The Microsoft Project Scorpio processor has eight kernels clocked at 2.3 GHz while the GPU is built by Microsoft and has 40 computing units of 1172 MHz each, a feature that is estimated to be one of the strongest elements ever seen in a console.
Scorpio’s RAM is also impressive, as it reaches 12GB in GDDR5 RAM technology.
Inside the console there is also a 2.5-inch drive with a capacity of 1 TB and a 4K UHD Blu-Ray drive.
Microsoft Project Scorpio has Dolby Atmos technology, while Engadget notes that it will support a new standard called HRTF developed by the Microsoft HoloLens development team, which means it will have to do with enhanced reality applications.
In terms of Microsoft’s pricing policy, the first information wants the company to move aggressively and cost the new console at $499.
The console has not yet been officially presented, as Microsoft notes that it will be presented in June this year under E3, with most technical details coming from reputable online sources.
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