Category Microsoft       Thread starter PSXHAX       Start date Jun 12, 2016 at 8:26 PM       3,721       6            
Just ahead of Microsoft's E3 2016 Press Conference scheduled for June 13, 9:30AM PT / 12:30PM ET some XBox One Slim images have surfaced from NeoGAF users KawabataSan via wachie and ekim.

According to the pre-E3 show rumors, the XBox One S (slim, codenamed Edmonton) is purported to be 40% smaller in size featuring a 2TB hard disk drive with 4K video (not gaming) and HDR support.

To quote: FWIW I don't think this was supposed to be the big surprise.

Btw: Power Brick is internal.

With Sony's upcoming PS4 NEO in development which is rumored to support both 4K video and gaming it will be an interesting battle of the slim console market :D

Cheers to @Plankton in the Shoutbox for the news tip earlier today! :)

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mcmrc1

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No need for xbox...

And Microsoft announced also the XBox Scorpio and Sony is clever enough nothing to say about neo on e3 so they can beat microsoft again :)
 
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