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Post by StriickeN on Mon Jun 18, 2012 9:31 pm

Well we know how much you love rumors about things we don't know so here is another for you all. Recently, a 56 page document has surfaced that is supposedly a private presentation, so to speak, for Microsoft employees that outlines the Xbox 720. Yes, that is what it was being called. The document was made back in 2010 but surprisingly it has mentioned many of the things we have found out since. SmartGlass, a Metro dashboard and processing power were all in there.

Now for the stuff we don't know.

This slide outlines the possibilities of the console itself. From what we can visually see, apps, Blu-ray and 3D capabilities are on the table. No big surprises there, honestly. It goes on to mention a true 1080p output this time, not upscaled. Another interesting note is the full 3D support being "always on." What that means for sure we do not know. Hopefully this feature doesn't have to be used.

Microsoft is claiming an all in one entertainment experience with this one saying, "it's the only box needed." We shall see about that.

Next up is the Kinect 2. The slide goes on to say, "In Kinect v2 we can continue to go beyond controllers and offer peripherals and accessories that heighten game immersion." One of these accessories is mentioned in the following slide.

Microsoft has outlined some refinements over the current hardware. Higher accuracy is to be achieved with "stereo imaging, improved voice recognition, support for four player tracking, improved RGB camera, and dedicated hardware processing." The addition of players may make Kinect more appealing. Now your whole family will be able to enjoy motion gaming.

Finally, for that accessory they mentioned.."Fortaleza" aka Kinect Glasses. There is very little mentioned about the hardware or specifics about these glasses other than the use of wifi and 4G. Microsoft describes the glasses as a "breakthrough heads up and hands-free device." One other thing worth mentioning is the dates in the pictures. As we can see the console itself is set to launch in 2013, the glasses at a later date in 2014 on wifi or home use, then in 2015 operating on 4G. Is this the next, next generation?

You can read through the full document in the sources if you like.


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