Xbox, a New Generation Revealed
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Introducing Xbox One
Xbox One is the all-in-one games and entertainment system for the living room of the 21st century. Xbox One puts you at the center of all your entertainment, giving you instant access to TV, games, music, movies, sports and Skype, all in one place, without switching TV inputs or waiting for slow updates or lengthy downloads. Xbox One will launch in the UK later this year.
Features include the following:
Navigate and watch live TV through Xbox One. All your entertainment is now available in one place and is easily accessible on one system. Always know when your friends are online and ready to play your favorite game, even when you’re watching TV. Gone are the days of switching inputs.
Use Snap to do two things at once.Talk to friends on Skype,and watch the big game together. Follow what people are saying about your favorite show by surfing the Web. Listen to the music of your choice while playing the latest blockbuster game. Jump back and forth instantly between experiences without a loss in performance.
Display full HD, 1080p Skype video calls specially designed for Xbox One and, for the first time ever, have group Skype calls on your TV.2 Split the TV screen to join a multiplayer battle while hosting a Skype video chat with friends and family.
Wake up your Xbox instantly with the words "Xbox, on," and you're welcomed to a personalised Home Screen with your favourite games, apps and content. Pin movies, music and more for instant access to the things you love the most, right where you want them.
Find TV and entertainment quickly with voice searches for names, networks or times, presented in an easy-to-use and tailored program guide. See what's on your favourite channels and the content that's available in your entertainment apps, and quickly find the latest action movie or when the big game starts.
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Xbox One was designed from the ground up to be the centrepiece of every living room with modern hardware, and it features the all-new Kinect, the new Xbox One Wireless Controller, a 500GB hard drive, an eight-core, x86 processor, wireless networking connectivity, HDMI, three super-speed USB 3.0 ports, and a high-speed Blu-ray disc player. Features include the following:
Xbox One Console
Designed with the 21st Century living room in mind, the Xbox One console features a premium design with a gloss black finish, horizontal orientation and a slot loading Blu-ray disc player.
Updated wireless controller
Enhanced with more than 40 technical and design innovations, the new impulse triggers offer precise haptic fingertip feedback and a newly engineered D-pad delivers greater responsiveness and control. An infrared LED on the front of the controller allows Kinect to automatically recognise you, making it easier to pick up and play.
It includes a 1080p, HD camera that captures video at 30 frames per second. All-new, active infrared capabilities increase precision, allowing it to work in nearly any lighting condition and expanding field of view to accomodate a greater variety of room sizes. Microsoft proprietary Time of Flight technology measures the time it takes individual photons to rebound off you to create unprecedented accuracy and precision. The new noise-isolating multimicrophone array filters ambient sounds to recognise natural speaking voices even in crowded rooms.
XBoxOne.com, the matching domain for Microsoft’s new video game system, was originally registered more than 10 years ago.
Microsoft today unveiled its new XBox video game system called XBox One.
Microsoft does not own the domain name XBoxOne.com, which currently resolves to a GoDaddy “coming soon” page.
The domain name was registered in 2002 by Xbox Rodents and was used for a site called XBox1. It then expired in 2011 and was registered by someone in London. XBox Rodents also owned XBox1.com and let it expire in 2011 as well.
So the big question: how important is it that Microsoft owns the domain name?
The main web site for all generations of the XBox is XBox.com, so you could argue that XBoxOne.com isn’t that important. On the other hand, XBoxOne.com could be use by someone for nefarious purposes or to “hijack” the sales channel.
I suspect Microsoft will own the domain name soon. I just don’t know which approach they’ll take to acquiring the domain.
source ; domainnamewire.com