Since Project Scorpio can hit 4K 60FPS in games like Forza 6 and even 4K 60FPS Ultra with DirectX 12 optimizations, the console clearly shares little with its Xbox One S sibling in terms of raw power. But Project Scorpio may actually share something else in common with its svelte predecessor: size.
We've exhaustively covered Project Scorpio's internals and capabilities, so let's talk about its shape and form for a bit. Now Microsoft's officially released hardware diagram shows that Project Scorpio's components fit together like a glove. The power supply, 4K UHD Blu-ray disc drive, and vapor chamber cooling assembly all snugly conform to the motherboard that houses the system's extremely intelligent 16nm Scorpio Engine SoC silicon. The components themselves are arranged in a kind aesthetic harmony, not unlike the way the console's flexible software pipeline brain is synergized to its brawny 6TLOP GPU muscle.
Based on what I've seen so far, I think Project Scorpio will actually be quite compact and sleek like the Xbox One S. The system is obviously made to stand up vertically--the arrangement shows as much, but we also know the console only has a back vent--and the overall style should underline that form factor. I personally would like to see an onyx-on-lime-green color combination, with a few LED light strips lighting up lime green, or perhaps even the Xbox One logo lighting up with the same color.