Xbox 720 will be featuring some new additions that people expected and some exclusions that people did not.
According to a report from NowGamer on Tuesday, the Xbox 720 will being utilizing similar features as the PS4, but will still be different at the same time.
Apparently this new source has gone hands-on with the device and knows some new knowledge that others have not yet divulged.
The gaming system will apparently not be utilizing an advanced Blu-Ray, or one at all, yet it will have some processing speed that is three times faster than that of the Xbox 360's.
For those wondering about what types of Xbox 720's they will have to choose from when the system hits stores, people can buy one of two models.
One of them apparently will be the Arcade model that contains up to 320GB of memory, while the other will have up to 500GB of memory and will be called the Pro model.
For those who really want to go nuts with their system's memory, there will be hard drives available that contain up to 1TB of storage space.
Similar to what has been reported before, the Xbox 720 will contain an AMD eight-core x64 1.6GHz CP, Direct3d 11.x 800MHz GPU and 8GB of DDR3 RAM.
Kinect 2.0 has not been given much detail, as many have expected this to be a feature that ships with the Xbox 720.
Of everything that has been said, the absence of a Blu-Ray player is glaring and is hard to imagine Microsoft not implementing that piece of tech. Which do you think is most likely?