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Submitted by Nineball2112 806d ago | news

Analyst Reveals Next-Gen Predictions

Rumors are coming at a faster clip as we approach the inevitable release of next-gen consoles, and an analyst has added his post-CES predictions to the heap. They include potential price points, release windows, and a surprisingly grim outlook for Nintendo.

Colin Sebastian, an analyst at Baird Equity Research, says he's based these predictions on conversations with developers and distributors.

Sebastian says he expects that Sony and Microsoft will unveil their new hardware shortly before E3, which he predicts will be the biggest show since 2000. (Colin Sebastian, Industry)

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steve30x  +   806d ago
Hes not much of an analyst if he thinks that a console that will have High end PC components in it will sell for $350 - $400. A high end Core i5 is over 200 euro alone. If it was to have high end PC components then I would expect it to be over $600

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