Not only is the Xbox One’s graphics powers getting better, the CPU in the Xbox One is now going to be faster than what was originally announced. The Xbox One’s CPU will now clock in at 1.75GHz which beats the 1.6GHz speed we originally thought we were going to get. Free hertz is always a win.
Xbox chief marketing officer Yusef Mehdi told the Citi Global Technology Conference that Microsoft was able to make another technical boost to get the CPU up to 1.75GHz and that the Xbox One is currently in production and on target for a November 2013 launch. Though this is good news, it seems like everything announced at the Xbox One event has been either unannounced or re-announced. [Geekwire]