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  1. A new Xbox One update available to Xbox Insiders has added support for Variable Refresh Rates via FreeSync and Auto-Low Latency Mode. https://www.windowscentral.com/new-xbox-one-update-adds-freesync-support-and-auto-low-latency-mode
  2. Xbox 360 gets big update with 2GB cloud storage http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/xbox-360-gets-big-update-with-2gb-cloud-storage-and-other-new-features/ The Xbox 360 has received a pretty big update that adds a host of new features, led by a bump to 2GB of cloud storage for your game saves. Previously the 360 offered 512MB of cloud space, but now gamers are getting a lot more room for those occasions when they switch between consoles or visit a friend. The added storage is particularly useful since Microsoft is preparing to add backwards compatibility to its Xbox One.
  3. "Everyone surely must have been in awe of the excellent performance given by Ryse at E3. But unfortunately it was running on a PC using GTX 780s instead of the Xbox One, Ryse displayed that PC is much more powerful than Xbox One." http://www.thinkcomputers.org/xbox-one-is-less-powerful-than-many-thought-ryse-ran-on-a-pc-at-e3/
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