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Video: Microsoft XBox One Development Kit Unboxing Demo Surfaces


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63w ago - Following up on the initial news, today an unboxing video (dubbed XBox One Unboxing - 1080p) of a Microsoft XBox One development kit surfaced from Mr. Mister with details below, as follows:

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From veras: It's a dev kit - at 1:36 you can see a white sticker on the front behind the cable he has pushed up against it (and as previously noted he's using the paper materials to cover other stickers).

From Wario64: You can see he's trying to hide the QR code in front with the wires

XBOX ONE UNBOXING-1080p Video Mirrors:


From Fracas: At the end, the guys says he will have games soon, and will upload gameplay. I doubt his account will stay up though.

Finally, in related XBox One news below is a video from Toys R Us demonstrating Microsoft's next-generation video gaming console:









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#6 - jarvis - 82w ago
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This system is a joke and there is zero chance of me owning one. It's been stated that this will effectively kill second hand games. It is nothing more than a transfer mechanism. And if game installs are mandatory, a puny 500 GB drive isn't going to hold that many games.

Although I'm sure you can purchase a hardware upgrade through MS only. No renting, no bringing a game over to a friends house, no having two consoles in the house (one for you and one for the kid) without purchasing that game more than once. No thank you. Also, always on internet requirement.

They claimed it wasn't, but the system needs to be able to check in at least once every 24 hours, so it really does have a requirement. You can keep this piece of junk, this is one future I won't be supporting.

At the rate we are going, the next generation of consoles will have retina scanners to even power the system on, and fingerprint readers on the controllers to make sure you don't hand it over to a friend to play if they haven't purchased it. Nice end run around the first sale doctrine also sleaze balls.

#5 - SwordOfWar - 82w ago
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To be honest, between the DRM schemes and (in my personal opinion) completely useless TV related features, the PS4 is looking better already.

We all know Microsoft loves to charge for everything, so it will be interesting to see how many of the features they are showing will require some type of paid subscription.

Hardware wise they are similar enough that I don't see one or the other having a noticeable advantage. The simple and well known architecture should allow third party games to look much closer to first party games.

I got to say this is the ugliest console I've ever seen though. It looks like a black DVR you might get with DirectTV or something. I just hope the PS4 has a bit more style than that.

#4 - spcfury - 82w ago
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I watched the broadcast and it does have a lot of cool features, but the biggest problem is that those features will require and Xbox live gold membership. Nothing is free when it comes to Microsoft. I have several Xbox 360s and I can't even watch YouTube videos without having a gold membership. It will be interesting to see how many of those features you'll be able to use without having to pay for a gold membership.

#3 - wolfpack122 - 82w ago
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The 8GB of RAM in the Xbox will be DDR3. The PS4 will have 8GB of GDDR5. That doesn't mean the PS4 will be better, both consoles are very close to each other spec wise.

In the end it will come down to the games, services and needs of the consumer.

#2 - PS3 News - 82w ago
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Here are a few XBox One internal pics as well (via wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/05/xbox-one-development-photos/#slideid-138509). I will add more below as I run across them.

Also below (via news.xbox.com/2013/06/license and news.xbox.com/2013/06/connected and majornelson.com/2013/06/06/details-on-xbox-one-connectivity-licensing-and-privacy-features/): XBox One Used Games And Online Requirments Information

How Games Licensing Works on Xbox One

  • Buy the way you want—disc or digital—on the same day: You’ll be able to buy disc-based games at traditional retailers or online through Xbox Live, on day of release. Discs will continue to be a great way to install your games quickly.
  • Access your entire games library from any Xbox One—no discs required: After signing in and installing, you can play any of your games from any Xbox One because a digital copy of your game is stored on your console and in the cloud. So, for example, while you are logged in at your friend’s house, you can play your games.
  • Share access to your games with everyone inside your home: Your friends and family, your guests and acquaintances get unlimited access to all of your games. Anyone can play your games on your console–regardless of whether you are logged in or their relationship to you.
  • Give your family access to your entire games library anytime, anywhere: Xbox One will enable new forms of access for families. Up to ten members of your family can log in and play from your shared games library on any Xbox One. Just like today, a family member can play your copy of Forza Motorsport at a friend’s house. Only now, they will see not just Forza, but all of your shared games. You can always play your games, and any one of your family members can be playing from your shared library at a given time.
  • Trade-in and resell your disc-based games: (*1)Today, some gamers choose to sell their old disc-based games back for cash and credit. We designed Xbox One so game publishers can enable you to trade in your games at participating retailers. Microsoft does not charge a platform fee to retailers, publishers, or consumers for enabling transfer of these games.
  • Give your games to friends: Xbox One is designed so game publishers can enable you to give your disc-based games to your friends. There are no fees charged as part of these transfers. (*2)There are two requirements: you can only give them to people who have been on your friends list for at least 30 days and each game can only be given once.

Xbox One: A Modern, Connected Device

Xbox One will deliver new benefits for gamers that are only possible with a system designed from the ground up to be ready and connected. Here are just a few examples:

  • A new generation of games with power from the cloud: (*3)Because every Xbox One owner has a broadband connection, developers can create massive, persistent worlds that evolve even when you’re not playing.
  • Your Xbox One is always ready: Xbox One is designed to run in a low-powered, connected state. This means your system, games and apps are always current and ready to play—no more waiting for updates.
  • Stay connected to your friends: Never miss an opportunity to play games with your friends or to catch up with family on Skype. Use Skype in Snap mode to chat while you play games or watch TV. Or enjoy group video Skype calls with people around the world, all from the comfort of your living room.
  • Access your entire games library from any Xbox One—no discs required: After signing in and installing, you can play any of your games from any Xbox One because a digital copy of your game is stored on your console and in the cloud. So, for example, while you are logged in at your friend’s house, you can play your games.
  • Buy the way you want—disc or digital—on the same day: You’ll be able to buy disc-based games at traditional retailers or online through Xbox Live, on day of release.

Networking Technologies

A range of advanced technologies will make these scenarios possible, including:

  • Superior wireless performance and coverage throughout the home: Xbox One is equipped with a gigabit Ethernet port and 802.11n wireless. With 802.11n, Xbox One can use the 5GHz wireless band which eliminates considerable interference from other devices in the home, such as cordless phones, Bluetooth devices and microwaves. Xbox One uses two wireless antennas, versus one in Xbox 360. This provides dramatically better coverage and sustained performance, which means faster internet speeds in more areas of your home.
  • Faster connection to a world of smart devices: With Wi-Fi Direct, Xbox One can speak directly to smart wireless devices and connect to them through the cloud. This means your smartphone or tablet will interact with Xbox One seamlessly.
  • Future proofed with power from the cloud: Microsoft has created a global network of more than 300,000 Xbox Live and Windows Azure servers, to help creators realize their visions of what is possible with a connected system.

Networking Requirements

To ensure Xbox One works optimally and can offer the experiences described above, it is designed with the following networking requirements:


  • (*4)For an optimal experience, we recommend a broadband connection of 1.5Mbps. (For reference, the average global internet connection speed as measured recently by Akamai was 2.9 Mbps). In areas where an Ethernet connection is not available, you can connect using mobile broadband.
  • While a persistent connection is not required, Xbox One is designed to verify if system, application or game updates are needed and to see if you have acquired new games, or resold, traded in, or given your game to a friend. Games that are designed to take advantage of the cloud may require a connection.
  • (*5)With Xbox One you can game offline for up to 24 hours on your primary console, or one hour if you are logged on to a separate console accessing your library. Offline gaming is not possible after these prescribed times until you re-establish a connection, but you can still watch live TV and enjoy Blu-ray and DVD movies.

 

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