Processors: 32-bit 733 MHz Coppermine-based Mobile Celeron, 233 MHz "NV2A" GPU
RAM: 64 MB DDR SDRAM
Graphics Resolution: 480i, 576i, 480p, 720p and 1080i
Sound: Monaural, Stereo, Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital Live 5.1, and dts Surround (DVD movies only)
Media Format: DVD-ROM, hard disk
Control and Input Methods: Analogue controller that bears an uncanny resemblance to the Dreamcast’s.
If anyone could break into the video game market, now so totally sewn up by Sony, it was Microsoft. But, truth be told, they were the last company we wanted in the fray. Microsoft? It might as well have been Yahoo!, IBM or even Tesco for all they know about gaming! If a computer company was going to enter the console arena, why couldn't it have been Apple? But they are far too cool to get involved in such a scuffle. Still, they managed to slice themselves a fair share of the gaming pie as gamers continued to lap up the polygon counting hype.
Xeon - The only working Xbox emulator but it only plays Halo and it plays it ill.
Britbox - A UK XBox fansite.
XBox.com - The official site, now mostly dedicated to the 360.