Description: Xbox 2 is also known as Xenon and said to be named Xbox 360. Said to use ATI R500 derivative graphics and a IBM 64-bit PowerPC 976 processor with three cores on one chip. Both processor and graphics chip work in big-endian mode. Xbox Next and Xbox Next HD shows up in second half of 2005 while Xbox Next PC (a fully fledged PC) shows in autumn 2006. Launched in a special MTV-show in May -05 and shipped in November this year. Previously known as Xbox 2.
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2006-05-08 Microsoft announces HD DVD on Xbox 360: More details have emerged about the planned HD DVD add-on for the Xbox 360, and Microsoft is starting to ramp up the hype machine. Will marketing win the next-gen optical disc format war? Ars Technica [rm]
2005-12-30 Xbox 360 Taking $316 Loss Per Unit?: A high ranking friend at IBM, one that worked on the Xbox 360 chip design, tipped us [Gamershell] regarding the real expenses involved in manufacturing the Xbox 360, and when we mentioned the $126 Mic... VoodooExtreme [rm]
2005-09-15 Xbox 360 Coming November 22: Marks your calenders. November 22nd is the launch date for Xbox 360: Microsoft has solidified a launch date for the Xbox 360, announcing the system would hit store shelves on November 22 across North ... AnandTech [rm]
2005-06-02 Inside the Xbox 360, Part II: the Xenon CPU: Part I of this series covered Microsoft's vision for dynamic content creation in the next generation of console games. In this article, Part II, we take a closer look at this CPU, codenam... Ars Technica [rm]