Voted no on the poll. Even though I don't have a 4K monitor yet and don't plan to get one in the next few years, and therefore don't really need a 4K console like Anaconda, I'm not convinced that Lockhart with the rumored specs (4 tflop and considerably less RAM) will be able to output the same graphics as Anaconda even at 1080p, let alone the 1440p target that MS is giving developers. Also, Lockhart seems to be digital only, and I like to rent physical games through Gamefly, so unless MS comes up with some kind of well priced digital rental service that can compete against Gamefly, I will not be switching to a digital only console anytime soon.
You know PC has been doing this for years, why do you believe with both the next PS and Xbox console would not be the same. Meaning that if Lockhart is running the same CPU and GPU but with less ram, then why would this system not run everything at a lower resolution.
Personally like others have stated, do not believe the target audience for Lockhart is people who actually spend time on web sites talking about games and hardware. It for the same people who today goes out and purchase an Xbox S or PS4 because of price. With today's game engines, not being able to include all the graphical features within the system less the frame rate and resolution seems plausible.
I do believe 4TF is probably not going to be the released specs for this device if it does launches, it will be closure if not at the same specs as the Xbox X probably having half the memory of Scarlette with no disc drive, download only so it can come in hundred bucks cheaper than the main console.