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Project Scorpio Gets A Microsoft Store Product Page

Project Scorpio Gets A Microsoft Store Product Page

Spencer says the system will carry a "premium" price tag, more than the $300 Xbox One S, but that's all we know for now.

The original Xbox, Xbox 360, 360 redesign, and Xbox One all had large external power bricks, a design feature Microsoft used to optimise airflow within the console.

For instance, compared to the Xbox One's limit of 720p resolution and thirty frames per second, the 60 frames per second and 4K resolution of the Xbox One Scorpio seems much better. It sounds like the console will be capable of 4K 60fps video game capture- this will be far above what the Xbox One, Xbox One S, PS4, and PS4 Pro offer- the latter tops out at 1080p and 60fps, so Microsoft will have an incredible advantage in this regard.


Microsoft has teased a few more features that their hot new console, Project Scorpio, will have when it releases during this year's holiday season. "Cleary we're gonna talk about Scorpio at E3, but I also don't want to take up the majority of the time doing all things about hardware. It's a great opportunity for us".

Now, a product page for the mega-powerful console has appeared on the Microsoft Store (via TrustedReviews). We're going to come out on a price that we think is fair for the product that we build and the customers will tell us as they always do.

With the Nintendo Switch release behind us, the next big console launch we have to look forward to is nearly certainly Microsoft's Project Scorpio. As it stands now, with smaller details like the internal PSU being discussed, it would seem that all the bigger ones have been ironed out - meaning Microsoft's new console could be making quite the splash at Microsoft's E3 presentation this summer.