AMD gets egg on its face during its appointment at the Consumer Electronics Show, as it showed off a admirable render of a animate that, while purporting to be the Xbox Series X, was not absolutely the Xbox Series X. There’s a fair bit we don’t know about Microsoft’s accessible console, and AMD‘s little gaffe does raise more questions than answers.

The footage came from the AMD keynote, which showed a 360 image of the Series X, including the back. We’ve not seen the back of the animate thus far, so artlessly the footage admiring some attention. The back of the declared animate showed HDMI ports, USB-C ports, and an Ethernet port — conceivably not all-important news, but absolutely arresting to those of us who’re trying to decide which of the two accessible consoles to buy.

Or it would have been if that’d absolutely been what the animate looked like. The footage is not absolutely from a account of the Series X, but rather a render from a site called TurboSquid. That’s not to say the accomplished animate might not look agnate — the ports absolutely carefully resemble those on the back of the Xbox One — but Microsoft accepted in a account that the render doesn’t accurately represent the Series X.

Between this and the blah PS5 logo reveal (a.k.a. a Sony developer about turned in their appointment at 11:59 pm), CES‘s gaming allocation isn’t off to a great start. In fairness, the latter wasn’t CES‘s fault, but still.

It does highlight a gap in our ability about the Series X. We don’t absolutely know what kind of ports this baby will have. I’m not assertive it’ll have an ethernet port, but HDMI and USB would be a given. Now I really hope Microsoft doesn’t wait too long before absolute the actual rear end of the new console.

As for what we know the console have, Xbox head Phil Spencer acutely appear the console‘s CPU in his new Cheep photo. Given that this thick copper beast is emblazoned with “8K,” I think we can safely assume Phil wants us to know how good Series X’s games are going to look. (Seriously, Halo Infinite had better scorch my face off.)


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