A new set of documents, posted to popular forum NeoGAF, claims to outline Microsoft's future Xbox plans.
The 56-page presentation, which has since been removed on the request of lawyers and supposedly dates back to 2010, claims that the new console will have anywhere between six and eight times the processing power of the Xbox 360.
The documents also claim that the console is set at a $299 price tag, being packaged with a new version of Kinect for a holiday 2013 launch.
A supposed spec sheet claims that the machine will feature six to eight ARM/x86 cores running at 2GHz, 4GBs of RAM and the triple core processor seen in the Xbox 360 for backwards compatibility.
What's even more intriguing however, is a 2014 project dubbed 'Forteleza', which involves WiFi and 4G-enabled augmented reality glasses.
The handle 'nkachroo' has also popped up in the documents, CNET reported, being a reference to Naveen Kachroo, director of Xbox Product Planning.