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article imageXbox One hitting store shelves November 22

By Oliver VanDervoort     Sep 4, 2013 in Entertainment
Gamers have been waiting with bated breath to find out when the Microsoft Xbox One is finally going to be released. Now we finally know that we'll be able to get our hands on the console come November 22.
That release date is just one week after the Sony Playstation 4 is due to hit the market. That means that the November 22 release is probably not a coincidence. Both release dates are just days ahead of Black Friday which is also likely not a coincidence.
Both consoles were unveiled earlier this summer but neither made their release dates public until recently. The Sony PS4 date was finally announced on August 20 and once gamers got that date, questions began to circulate as to why the Microsoft Xbox One date was still unknown.
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Microsoft made the announcement on their official blog and included another nugget for their fans. Yusuf Mehdi, the Vice President of Marketing, Strategy, and Business for Xbox announced that the CPU for the newest console will have a higher speed than originally claimed. The CPU power of this Xbox will now be 1.75 GHz. That's a 10 percent increase over the original specs.
It is still unknown just how fast the Playstation 4's CPU will operate but there are rumors floating around that it could be upwards of 2.75 GHz. The Microsoft Xbox One will retail for $499.99 while the PS4 comes in at $399.99.
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