-Processor: 3x IBM PowerPC processors running @ 3.2ghz each (custom-designed)
-Video: ATI Technologies manufactured chip running at 500mhz w/ 48 pixel shader pipelines
-RAM: 512mb GDDR3 (8x more than Xbox 1)
-The Xbox 360 will support all standard & HDTV modes w/ multiple levels of anti-aliasing.
-It is a DVD player out of the box, meaning that you don't have to buy the extra hardware and progressive scan is now supported for smoother and sharper DVD playback.
-It also carries a 20gb detatchable hard drive that's upgradeable if necessary.
-What is known is that Xbox 360 games will ship on standard and dual-layer DVDs, unlike Sonyís PS3, which will use high-density Blu-Ray DVDs. Recent rumors also suggest that Xbox 360 may be outfitted with HD DVD instead, but Microsoft wonít comment.
-Online gameplay is central to the new Xbox, and thereís an Xbox Live-enabled toggle button placed dead-center on the controller
-The new console also features built-in Ethernet and support for the IEEE 802.11a, b and g variants of Wi-Fi wireless networking (802.11g is what Apple uses in its AirPort Extreme cards)
-Microsoft hasnít made many changes from the Controller S thatís standard issue on the Xbox now; the wireless controllers are about the same size. Players will also have the option of using the Xbox 360ís USB port. And as an added bonus, PC players will be able to use the Xbox 360 controllers, too.
-The Xbox 360 will also act as a bridge between PCs running
Windows XP and Windows XP Media Center Edition and home entertainment systems, streaming audio and video content from those computers and portable devices. The detachable hard drive can be loaded up with ripped music, as well
What do you guys think about it?