XBox 360

The Xbox 360 is a video game console produced by Microsoft, in collaboration with IBM, ATI Technologies and Samsung, the successor to the Xbox. The console was officially shown on MTV May 12, 2005, with detailed information on the games and the launch disclosed the following month at E3 that year. Its market entry took place November 22, 2005 in North America, December 2 in Europe and December 10 in Japan. In the early days of selling the console sold out in all countries where it was put on the market, except in Japan. The console is part of the seventh generation video game and challenge the market the Sony PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii. Most of the more significant of the Xbox 360 are integrated into the Xbox Live service, which allows the same console users to access the features of the online game, you can download arcade games, game demos, trailers, TV shows , music and movies. The Xbox Live service also offers, in specific regions, third-party applications for streaming of television programs such as Mediaset Premium in Italy, Netflix and ESPN in the US or Sky Go in the UK
Cpu: Xenon 3.2 GHz 170 million transistors
Memory: 512 MB GDDR3 RAM 700 MHz unified system (and video)
Video-Card: Xenos from 337 Millions of transistor 500 MHz / 160 operations per cycle
Effect:EDRAM NEC Embedded 10 MB / 105 million transistors function MEMEXPORT Pixel Shader Model 3.0+ Fillrate 16 gigasample in pixels per second with 4x MSAA Fillrate in texels per second from 8 gigatexels Shading to 48 Shaders unified type / 16 samples per clock 10 floating point operations per clock pipeline 2 ALU pipeline operations per clock 96 billion shader operations per second Graphics rendering peak of 1.5 billion vertices per second (500 million triangles) 24 billion dot product operations
Disco: DVD-ROM 12x dual-layer
Hard-Disk: 2.5 "sata from 20/60/120/250/320/500 GB
Comunication: Online service, launched by Bill Gates, who has the power of Xbox LIVE and allowed to play to consol

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