The Xbox One mixes an advanced technical architecture with an all new design in attempts to give users a personalized experience that will respond instantly to gesture and voice commands.
The new, black, and sleek Xbox One console features a revamped Xbox logo, 5 billion transistors, 8 GB of RAM, USB 3.0, Wi-Fi direct, a Blu-Ray drive and a 64- bit architecture. It also features a 1080P HD RGB camera and a brand new redesigned gaming controller.
The Xbox One will not be backwards compatible; however, Microsoft did say they will continue to support the Xbox 360. Even though we haven’t heard anything yet as far as pricing goes, we do know the Xbox One will be released later this year.
Xbox One will also sync its operating system to the Windows kernel in just such a way to enable multitasking. At its core, the Xbox One is meant to give the consumer a new level of personalized control over their entire home entertainment experience, including games, TV, movies and music.
The Xbox One will also feature built in voice recognition system. Just by telling your Xbox One “Xbox One”, Your Xbox will power on without the need to log in or wait for software updates.
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As far as which console will out shine the other, we can’t predict the future; however, I don’t believe neither Xbox nor PlayStation is going anywhere anytime in the near future.
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