Microsoft unveiled the new slim Xbox 360 at E3 this week and the units are already starting to trickle onto the market. With the machine being smaller many will be wondering what tech is inside the slim chassis.
AnandTech has taken the new 360 and torn it apart so we can see what the difference is on the inside. Obviously, the new 360 is much smaller and has a much smaller HDD than the original.
Another significant difference is that the new machine puts the CPU, GPU and memory on the same die. The little Xbox also has its WiFi module plugged into a normal USB port on the mainboard.