Microsoft next-gen Xbox details leak
Redmond rapidly requests removal
An allegedly leaked Microsoft presentation which details next-gen Xbox plans, has been removed at the request of the software company's lawyers, adding weight its authenticity.
The 56-page document claims the next Xbox will feature a Blu-ray Disc optical drive, support for augmented reality glasses and the second-generation of Kinect, all for a retail price of $300 (£191).
If the plans are true, the 'Xbox 720' will roll out in 2013 .
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The paper also says the console will feature graphic capability 4-6x better than the current hardware and goes on to detail tech such as Smart Glass, which was announced by Microsoft at E3 , long after this particular document first surfaced.
In fact, the presentation dates back to August 2010, so we'd assume the company has packed much more up its next-gen sleeve by now.
While the Redmond firm has had the documents removed at the request of its law team - Covington & Burling - the full 56-page next-gen Xbox document  can still be snagged over at Game Informer. ®