Xbox Series X, PS5 specs, new iPad Pro and MacBook Air
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new details of the next Xbox called Xbox series X have come in with a full spec sheet outlining the details of the console Zen two processor and RDMA to GPU.
The series X will have a one terabyte SSD expandable up to a total of two Also covered was the new controller, which promises better overall latency and a new improved D-pad.
Also new to the system is something Microsoft is calling, Xbox velocity architecture, which will let developers make use of up to 100 gigabytes of game assets instantaneously.
On Wednesday, Apple introduced an updated iPad Pro tablet and a MacBook Air laptop.
Both of which are available to order online now and shipping next week.
The new 11 inch and 13 inch iPads add support for a keyboard and trackpad through a new version of the iPad os 13.4.
Also on board are multiple rear cameras, and a 12 z bionic processor and a LIDAR sensor for augmented reality applications.
The MacBook Air which offers 256 gigabytes as a standard storage runs on Intel's 10th generation processors.
It uses Apple's scissor based magic keyboard, as opposed to its prior controversial butterfly keyboard.
And finally, Sony has detailed the PS5'S architecture Powering Sony's new system are a CPU and GPU both made by AMD, along with a custom 825 gigabyte SSD.
Inside are also eight Zen two cores running at 3.5 gigahertz.
The system is capable of 10.28 teraflops and will boast 16 gigabytes of GDDR six ram So how do the specs improve the overall experience?
Expect almost no load times, more information streaming and the ability to boot up games in just seconds.
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