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Veteran Tech Blogger Spills Xbox 720 Reveal Date, Pricing and More

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Posted April 8, 2013 by Leeroy Jenkins in News
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It appears that there has been even more news announced involving the Xbox 720 and all of the possible ideas surrounding it. It seems that a veteran tech vlogger on YouTube is claiming to have a rather reliable source that has told him that the Xbox 720 will be revealed in May, released in November, and will cost somewhere around five hundred dollars for the version that will not require a subscription. If you pay for the cheaper Xbox, you will end up paying more in the long run in subscription fees because my guess is that players are not going to want to put this down.

Although there is not much to say about the console as it has not even released yet, we do know some of the specs along the lines of it containing an eight core processor, a top of the line, long lasting video card, and some of the largest contained memory in a console yet at roughly one hundred gigabytes of memory. The important thing to remember here is that this is a console and when the Xbox 360 came out, everyone was so much more excited than they were over computer stuff and there was nothing better than the Xbox 360 but now the thing is an ‘out dated piece of garbage that barely works’.

The difference between the two is amazing to me and I can’t believe that so many people are complaining about the fact that the gaming console is going to cost five hundred dollars if you do not want to pay a subscription fee. If you want an up to date console, this is how much you have to pay, at least, it’s what us computer gamers do to get the best graphics and smoothest gameplay.


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