Eight years after the debut of the Xbox 360, Microsoft has announced the Xbox One. While it’s no quantum leap forward in gaming, it is attempting to tackle one of the biggest problems we face in our living rooms: a fractured landscape of devices that don’t play nicely together and require WAY too many remotes.Xbox One Specs
· 8 times the computing power of the previous Xbox 360
· 500 GB Hard Drive
· 8 GB Memory
· Built-in Blu-ray DVD player
· Kinect will come standard with every Xbox One
· Kinect redesign with larger field of view, 1080p HD Camera, enhanced gesture recognition, and improved array microphones for voice control
· Gaming Controller redesign: more distinct d-pad design, tactile feedback (rumble) “Impulse Triggers” and Wi-Fi Direct connectivity to the console.
Gaming or Entertainment Breakthrough?
The new Xbox One represents an upgrade rather than an overhaul on physical design, internal horsepower, and social connectivity. But it is making anRead More »from New Xbox: What’s Better, What’s Missing