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[[Xbox 360]] is a seventh generation gaming console developed by Microsoft Corporation.  
 
[[Xbox 360]] is a seventh generation gaming console developed by Microsoft Corporation.  
  
On May 12th, 2005 [[Microsoft Corporation]] officially announced their next generation of the Xbox console known as the '''Xbox 360'''.  The console has three symmetrical cores developed by [[IBM]] and a custom [[ATI]] graphics processor. It also has 512 MB of RAM and a 20 GB detachable [[hard drive]]. There are a number of interface ports including four wireless gaming ports, three USB 2.0 ports, and a two memory slots. For online capability it has built in [[ethernet]] and Wi-Fi support.
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On May 12th, 2005 [[Microsoft Corporation]] officially announced their next generation of the Xbox console known as the '''Xbox 360'''. <ref> Xbox 360 Officially Announced </ref> The console has three symmetrical cores developed by [[IBM]] and a custom [[ATI]] graphics processor. It has 512 MB of RAM and a 20 GB detachable [[hard drive]]. There are a number of interface ports including four wireless gaming ports, three USB 2.0 ports, and a two memory slots. For online capability it has built in [[ethernet]] and Wi-Fi support. <ref> Xbox 360 Technical Specifications </ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:06, 7 November 2007

Xbox 360 is a seventh generation gaming console developed by Microsoft Corporation.

On May 12th, 2005 Microsoft Corporation officially announced their next generation of the Xbox console known as the Xbox 360. [1] The console has three symmetrical cores developed by IBM and a custom ATI graphics processor. It has 512 MB of RAM and a 20 GB detachable hard drive. There are a number of interface ports including four wireless gaming ports, three USB 2.0 ports, and a two memory slots. For online capability it has built in ethernet and Wi-Fi support. [2]

References

Xbox 360 Officially Announced [1]

Xbox 360 Technical Specifications [2]
  1. Xbox 360 Officially Announced
  2. Xbox 360 Technical Specifications