Microsoft revealed the new Xbox One, the next generation gaming console which promises to redefine modern gaming. Powered by the cloud, it will re-position itself as your all in one home entertainment system, allowing seamless switching from live TV to movies to music to gaming of course – and did you know you can use voice commands to do a lot of that.
Powered by 8-core x86 processor and over five billion transistors, speed lag is not something you need to concerned about. 8GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB, Blu-ray drive, 4K HDMI in/out, USB 3.0 are some of the other cool features. While you can turn the ‘Xbox On’ just by saying so as the new Kinect sensor continues to listen to every word you say, Skype on Xbox and a large HDTV screen is what you will enjoy most.
While Xbox One will take realism in gaming to the next level, it was dissappointing to learn that Xbox One hardware is not compatible with Xbox 360 games, so do not think you can buy the new Xbox One and get your old games to work. Though the Xbox Live Gold membership will work on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Xbox One comes powered with some amazing new games, I am particularly fond of the new Call of Duty: Ghosts trailer