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Xbox 2 Specs, Features & Release Date: Microsoft Raises Bar Against Sony, Chipmakers NVIDIA

Update Date: May 09, 2016 05:30 AM EDT

To counter gaming competitor Sony, rumors have been leaked that Microsoft has been gearing up since January in finally releasing Xbox Two, as it has been ages since Xbox Two was unveiled. According To Yibada, the speculated Xbox NeXt will be a step ahead in the hardware department as it ill more than just rival the upgraded version of PS4 and the currently being developed Playstation NEO or PSK4K.

Xbox Two as an insider was quoted in the website is rumored to be a more commanding console upon its release in the market and could possibly overwhelm the Playstation 4.5 upgrade from Sony as it boasts of beating the performance of the latter console to up to six times.

The computing performance power as mentioned on the website is said to be an unbelievable 10 TFLOPS. A capacity which could operate at 4k resolution with a frame rate cap greater than the now life-like fluidity of 60 frames per second generated by today's systems and consoles. It has also been leaked that the Microsoft console has already been in the stage of pre-production since early this year and will probably help in shifting  the influence of video gaming once more back to Sony.

NVIDIA, however, has triggered a lot of PC upgrades as they now have the GTX 1080 and the GTX 1070 and rival graphic cards maker AMD is already heating up with their own Polaris technology.

Xbox greatly amassed a lot of concerns back then in the gaming industry, according to Forbes.

Users of the console began questioning these areas for their purchased produce such as:

1.     Privacy - using of the "Kinect" gadget requires you to be connected all the time as a user.

2.     Region Locking - Games are locked-down down geographically.

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