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Microsoft Provides internal power and DVR 4K on Scorpio

Discussion in 'Xbox One News' started by Miss @ Security, Mar 13, 2017.

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    According to Jez Corden, editor-in-chief of Windows Central, Microsoft's industrial design team has ensured that the new Xbox, called Project Scorpio, has an internal power supply unit (PSU), Not a huge surprise, the Xbox One S already have.

    So it seems that the age of the big brick presents at the age of the Xbox and the Xbox One is really over.

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    Added that some information was revealed on the software management, with the efforts that will be made on the real 4K, the console will be equipped with a GPU able to support the codecs HEVC and VP9 to decode the 4K stream on NetFlix, as well as The Xbox One S. The Scorpio will also take part of the HEVC for 2160p encoding, for DVR, and streaming.

    Microsoft's streaming service has been running public 4K flow tests for some time, and it's now certain that not only streamers PC will benefit. The Scorpio Game DVR will allow you to listen to and record clips in 4K resolution at 60FPS, a huge gap compared to the 720p and 30FPS you get on the current Xbox One.

    The Scorpio will be presented at a conference at E3 which will start on June 11, 2017.
     
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