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Xbox One X Project Scorpio

The Xbox One X "Project Scorpio" Edition has just been unveiled, and it's a doozy. Pre-order one here now. It features a custom design with the words 'Project Scorpio' printed on the console / controller, and they've also incorporated a sophisticated and dynamic graphic pattern across the exterior. Fans will also notice the packaging is inspired by the original Xbox. The Project Scorpio Edition also comes with an exclusive vertical stand so you can choose how to display it in your home. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.

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500GB Xbox One S

Microsoft's 500GB Xbox One S is a mighty console, but now you can get a bundle with four games - Ghost Recon Wildlands - Gold edition, Forza Motorsport 6, Halo 5, and Recore - for just $248.90 shipped, originally $499.99. With a higher contrast ratio between lights and darks, High Dynamic Range technology brings out the true visual depth of your games. Product page. Continue reading for a viral video on Ghost Recon Wildlands and more information.

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Microsoft Surface Phone

Microsoft may have not released an iPhone or Galaxy S competitor for quite some time, but that doesn't mean they don't have the resources to do so. Introducing the Microsoft Surface Phone. Featuring a 5.7" OLED display with an embedded fingerprint sensor, 16MP rear camera, 8MP front-facing camera, and the ability to use the handset as an Xbox One controller. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Xbox One X

Set to be released on November 7th, priced at $499, Microsoft's Xbox One will become the most powerful game console yet, thanks to an 8-core custom AMD CPU clocked at 2.3GHz to bring enhanced AI, real world detail, and smoother interactions to your gaming. What does this mean? Well, it's a 4x increase over the Xbox One's graphics capability, a 31% boost in CPU speed, and a 50% jump in onboard RAM. What really sets this console apart is a liquid-cooled vapor-chamber cooling, a feature found on high-end graphics cards. Continue reading to watch the entire E3 2017 briefing. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Xbox One S Official

Microsoft's Xbox One S is official and priced from just $299.99 (500GB) - $399.99 (2TB). New 4K support transforms your TV into the ultimate gaming and media center, all packed into a unit 40% smaller than its predecessor, complete with vertical stand support. You also get a USB port in front, and a new textured controller with Bluetooth connectivity. Pre-order one here now. Click here for a few bonus hands-on images of the Xbox One S. Continue reading for a hands-on look video and more information.

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Project Scorpio

Microsoft announced Project Scorpio at E3 2016 today in Los Angeles, and it's touted as "the most powerful console ever created." Featuring at least 8 CPU cores and 6-teraflops of GPU power, designed specifically for 4K gaming. Best of all, it will be fully compatible with current Xbox One games. continue reading for a video of the fully keynote and more information.

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Xbox Prototype

We're guessing that if Microsoft actually released an X-shaped Xbox back in 2001, sales would have taken off like a rocket immediately, but everyone knows that wasn't the case. The original console was officially unveiled to the public at CES 2001 in Las Vegas. However, due to the immense popularity of game consoles in Japan, Microsoft delayed the release of the Xbox in Europe to focus on the Japanese video game market. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.

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Xbox One PS4 Laptop

Photo credit: Eddie Zarick

Master game system modder Eddie Zarick is back at it again, and this time, he has unveiled not one, but two, custom systems: a Captain America Xbook One and Iron Man Playbook 4. The former's shield was made with brushed metal vinyl work on top of acrylic to give it depth and the illusion of metal, while the star in the middle of the shield lights up when the system is turned on. Best of all, it has a built-in Hauppauge HD PVR Rocket capture card, which means you can simply plug in USB stick, mic (if you want to narrate) and begin recording your gaming session for Twitch, YouTube gaming, etc. Continue reading to see the Iron Man Playbook up-close.

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Halo Elite

Standing over 7-feet-tall, this insane Halo Elite costume is full of fancy animatronics, and looks to be straight from a live-action movie. It was designed and built by self-taught special effects artist Pete Mander. Yes, it's wearable and extremely detailed. Let's just hope if Hollywood ever decides to greenlight a Halo movie, based on the game, they have Pete Mander on their special effects team. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today.

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Xbox Technology

Similar to IllumiRoom, Microsoft's RoomAlive basically turns your living room into a giant Xbox game. Simply put, it uses Kinect and projectors to create an augmented reality experience that enables you to reach out and hit objects from a game, or simply interact with them by touching walls, etc. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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