Microsoft launched its brand new home console to the world yesterday. While we were expecting to call it the Xbox 720, it has actually been given the name Xbox One, the One references Microsoft’s aspirations to make this console your one stop shop for living room entertainment.
The Xbox One will be your hub for TV, Movies, Music, and apps and do not worry this will also be a stunning gaming unit too. The console will come with a brand new version of the Kinect motion sensor and will be voice controlled, for example powering up is now voice activated with a simple “Xbox on” command.
Windows 8 Snap Mode has made the move from Microsoft’s operating system to the Xbox One($TBA) and just like the desktop service it will let you see multiple apps and interact with them at the same time. In terms of specs, the Xbox One is sporting an 8-core CPU, USB 3.0, WiFi direct, Blu-ray, 500GB HDD, HDMI input and output, and 802.11n wireless.
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