1. DinohScene

    OP DinohScene hail p1ngpong
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    It seems that nothing has changed besides that the console is HDMI only.
    They also seemed to have shifted the powerbrick outside again making it a tad smaller.

    It seems that the current RGH and drive hacks (Flash/Xkey and replacement PCB's) still work.
    MS hasn't changed much on the Motherboard it self and the DVD drives are still from Liteon.
    *THIS STILL NEEDS TO BE CONFIRMED*

    More information and a full tear down + pictures on iFixit.
     
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    There's a new slim model? When did that happen?
     
  3. DinohScene

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    Announced at E3 iirc.
     
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    I'm just going to take this moment to express my HATE for x-clamps.

    That is all.
     
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    "Let's remove stuff and charge the same price" - every console maker ever
     
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    it's very eye pleasing
     
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    The powerbrick was outside the last slim also
     
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    Indeed, there was no 360 made with internal powerbrick :unsure:
     
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    Just delivering the message.
    I hardly worked with Slims ;p
     
  10. 431unknown

    431unknown Greatness Awaits
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    Time to finally get a slim. It will probably be the last Xbox system I buy.:yayps3:
     
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    Was a little annoyed when they announced the newer 360 model because I bought the other slim model 2 months ago to replace my RROD 360 which I bought 5 years ago (so I guess it's had a decent lifespan for a 360 console) but I guess all this one is really just a cosmetic makeover.
     
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    http://www.xbox.com/en-US/windows/games ?

    Anyway always like to see a teardown of things.
     
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    Its not impossible for them to compile a game and create a virtual Environment that runs natively on PC I guess.
    But it's sad if they dont show people the real hardware in action. Could it be that they have yet to start producing the XBone Hardware?
     
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    It does indeed have an A/V out but now its in the form of a 3.5mm connector like the one used with some camcorders. Component video is not supported on such a small connector neither is VGA.Not a major problem but I just would've liked the chance to connect the VGA cable to a computer monitor to play games the old school way.
     
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    Haha, I totally forgot this existed
     
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