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Our first non rendered image of the front and back of the console. 

The back looks like it can be removed. Possibly to add and remove SSDs.

Last edited by jason1637 - on 21 January 2020

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But can it do quantum gaming?



Pretty funny:



Dulfite said:
But can it do quantum gaming?

I wonder what a game for a quantum computer would even look like.

From what I understand, on or off states, with a quantum computer is more like Sometimes on, sometimes not, sometimes both, sometimes neither....
And that allows it to run many differnt branches at the same time, to problem solve. 
Which is supposedly great for math problems that take forever to calculate, or breaking incryptions.

However I doubt that sort of funktion, would have any benefits on gameing.

However no, it cant do "quantum gameing" because its just regular old x86 binary cpu in there :)
(which is probably a million times better for gameing anyways)



What is the large rectangle port on the back? Is that for a memory card or something?

Also, where is the Kinect port?



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JRPGfan said:
Dulfite said:
But can it do quantum gaming?

I wonder what a game for a quantum computer would even look like.

From what I understand, on or off states, with a quantum computer is more like Sometimes on, sometimes not, sometimes both, sometimes neither....
And that allows it to run many differnt branches at the same time, to problem solve. 
Which is supposedly great for math problems that take forever to calculate, or breaking incryptions.

However I doubt that sort of funktion, would have any benefits on gameing.

However no, it cant do "quantum gameing" because its just regular old x86 binary cpu in there :)
(which is probably a million times better for gameing anyways)

You are almost making sense. But quantum computing is exponentially faster than current cpu tech. And faster computing is always a plus for gaming.

The tech simply isn’t ready in its current state to be used on a consumer level.




It actually doesn't look that premium in the flesh. Maybe just because it's a prototype?



JRPGfan said:
Dulfite said:
But can it do quantum gaming?

I wonder what a game for a quantum computer would even look like.

From what I understand, on or off states, with a quantum computer is more like Sometimes on, sometimes not, sometimes both, sometimes neither....
And that allows it to run many differnt branches at the same time, to problem solve. 
Which is supposedly great for math problems that take forever to calculate, or breaking incryptions.

However I doubt that sort of funktion, would have any benefits on gameing.

However no, it cant do "quantum gameing" because its just regular old x86 binary cpu in there :)
(which is probably a million times better for gameing anyways)

I began quantum gaming decades ago in the future while reminiscing the present.



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thismeintiel said:
It actually doesn't look that premium in the flesh. Maybe just because it's a prototype?

You took the words out of my mouth. Looks like an old CPU or a locker, in fact. But yeah, it's most likely because it's a non-commercial release. 



The "box" moniker isn't supposed to be so.....literal.



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