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Monday, 27 August 2007 07:23

New Xbox 360 falcon comes soon

Written by David Stellmack

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Has “the Falcon” landed?


Xbox 360 is
downplaying rumors that it is set to release a new “revised” Xbox 360 console this fall codenamed “Falcon” to replace the previous version of the Xbox 360 console.

The rumors indicate that the revised Xbox 360 will feature new graphics processors manufactured in a 65-nanometer production process and will include as standard an HDMI port.

The revised Xbox 360 and new production process should held provide better reliability than earlier Xbox 360 models, which were prone to overheating and system failure. It should be available soon.

Read more here.

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