We have been waiting for Xbox One for a while, and after the official Xbox One announcement, today we have some additional news about the release date.
As you know, Xbox One comes with new design and Kinect 2.0, and regarding the hardware specs, Xbox One uses x64 8-core AMD Jaguar CPU, USB 3.0 ports, 500GB hard drive and 8GB DDR3 RAM. As for the additional specs, there are 802.11n Wi-Fi with Wi-Fi Direct and Blu-ray drive.
We also have to mention that Xbox One comes with HDMI out, but it also uses HDMI-in, so you can use Xbox One during your TV-watching sessions. In addition, we have to point out that Xbox One comes with Kinect 2.0, and you can use your voice and hand gestures to easily control your Xbox One, or to watch TV.
As for the new Kinect, it’s a lot faster when it comes to detecting motion, and it comes with a camera that has 60 percent bigger field of view. One of the major concerns about Xbox One was the always online requirement, but luckily, you only have to log in to Xbox Live at least once a day in order to play.
Xbox One sounds great, and we should see it available for sale in November with the price of $US499/£429/AUD$599.