First shot of Xbox2 `Xbox 360 `Xenon hardware !

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This seems to be the real deal. an NDA-breaking picture of Xbox2 / Xenon /
Xbox 360

powered by ATi graphics and IBM CPU(s)

http://img.engadget.com/common/images/1488407751772606.JPG


Console - Controller - Camera


http://engadget.com/entry/1234000490042605/
quote:
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" Can't tell you how we got our hands on this image, but what you're looking
at is a real live shot of the Xbox 360 that someone sneakily snapped with
their cameraphone at Microsoft's Xbox360 Revealed launch party in Los
Angeles last night. Also note the presence of a hard drive attachment up
top, the white controller, the Xbox Live headset, and what looks like that
EyeToy-like camera peripheral we've been hearing about."
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    R500 Xenon wrote:
    > This seems to be the real deal. an NDA-breaking picture of Xbox2 / Xenon /
    > Xbox 360
    >
    > powered by ATi graphics and IBM CPU(s)
    >
    > http://img.engadget.com/common/images/1488407751772606.JPG
    >
    >
    > Console - Controller - Camera
    >
    >
    > http://engadget.com/entry/1234000490042605/
    > quote:
    > ________________________________________________________
    > " Can't tell you how we got our hands on this image, but what you're looking
    > at is a real live shot of the Xbox 360 that someone sneakily snapped with
    > their cameraphone at Microsoft's Xbox360 Revealed launch party in Los
    > Angeles last night. Also note the presence of a hard drive attachment up
    > top, the white controller, the Xbox Live headset, and what looks like that
    > EyeToy-like camera peripheral we've been hearing about."
    > _________________________________________________________


    ugly as hell isn't it!

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    "Byron Hinson" <byron@activewin.com> wrote in message
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    > R500 Xenon wrote:
    >> This seems to be the real deal. an NDA-breaking picture of Xbox2 /
    >> Xenon /
    >> Xbox 360
    >>
    >> powered by ATi graphics and IBM CPU(s)
    >>
    >> http://img.engadget.com/common/images/1488407751772606.JPG
    >>
    >>
    >> Console - Controller - Camera
    >>
    >>
    >> http://engadget.com/entry/1234000490042605/
    >> quote:
    >> ________________________________________________________
    >> " Can't tell you how we got our hands on this image, but what you're
    >> looking
    >> at is a real live shot of the Xbox 360 that someone sneakily snapped with
    >> their cameraphone at Microsoft's Xbox360 Revealed launch party in Los
    >> Angeles last night. Also note the presence of a hard drive attachment up
    >> top, the white controller, the Xbox Live headset, and what looks like
    >> that
    >> EyeToy-like camera peripheral we've been hearing about."
    >> _________________________________________________________
    >
    >
    > ugly as hell isn't it!

    Soz my mother, but it's the level of performance that counts.

    Tony.
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    The Black Wibble wrote:


    >
    > Soz my mother, but it's the level of performance that counts.
    >
    > Tony.

    True, but with an ATI powered card, one has to wonder if it will be any
    good at all.
    They should have put a geforce in it :)

    --
    DalienX
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