A 56 page PowerPoint document that supposedly reveals sensitive information about Microsoft's next-generation console has been removed from the website it was leaked to.
The document, published on Scribd, claims the Xbox 720 will be released for the 2013 holidays with 4-6x the power of the current Xbox 360, at a price of $299.
It was removed following a complaint from Covington & Burling LLP, an international law firm that lists Microsoft as one of its clients.
The authenticity of the document, apparently written in 2010, remains a matter for dispute.
If genuine, the details within are difficult to verify as the paper appears to have been written in 2010. Games console design is a process that traditionally has one project undergo a multitude of redesigns.
According to the document, the Xbox 720 will feature Blu-ray compatibility, a form of augmented reality glasses, "Kinect version 2" and the recent SmartGlass service.
Some of the details, such as release date, match with data supplied by CVG's sources.