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The Xbox One is a video game console developed and marketed by Microsoft. It was announced on May 21, 2013 and is the successor to the Xbox 360 and is the third console in the Xbox family. The Xbox One was released across North America, several European markets, Australia, and New Zealand on November 22, 2013. It is also be the first Xbox game console to be released in China, specifically in the Shanghai Free-Trade Zone.
The console has many new features and changes, including Kinect 2.0 and a newly designed controller. The console's introductory price was $499.99/€499.99/£429.99. A bundle not including the Kinect was released on June 9, 2014 for $399/£349/€399.
At E3 2015, Microsoft announced that the Xbox One would support backward compatibility, allowing Xbox 360 games to run from both hard-drive and disc. This feature was set to be available at the end of 2015. There are now more than 200 titles available in this program.
As of 2017, the Xbox One has been discontinued and succeeded by newer models.
New Features and Changes[edit | edit source]
Recording/Streaming Gameplay: Users will be able to record gameplay to upload to YouTube and will also be able to use Xbox partner, Twitch TV to stream live gameplay with commentary.
Xbox Smartglass (Now known as just "Xbox" or the Xbox app.) The smartglass app that is available on Windows phones, iOS devices and Android has been improved and can be used as a second screen to enhance gameplay.
Xbox Live: The maximum friends will be increased from 100 to 1000 and will have an unlimited amount followers.
Specifications[edit | edit source]
Clock: 2133MHz Bandwidth: 68.26 GB/s
+ 32MB eSRAM
Bandwidth: 204 GB/s(102 In/102 Out)
|Flash Memory||8GB Flash Memory|
|CPU||8 Core AMD custom CPU|
Frequency: 1.75 GHz
|GPU||Clock Speed: 853 MHz (originally 800 MHz)|
Shader Cores: 768 Peak Throughput: 1.31 TFLOPS
|Storage||500 GB (5400 rpm) Hard Drive non-replaceable, External Hard Drive support available|
|Networking||Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi (A/B/G/N dual-band at 2.4ghz and 5ghz) includes WiFi Direct support|
|A/V Hookups||HDMI input and output|
|Graphics||853 MHz AMD Radeon GCN architecture|
|Camera||Kinect 2.0 (1080p)|
Models[edit | edit source]
Xbox One (November 2013)[edit | edit source]
Released in 2013, the first model of the Xbox One was originally bundled with the new and improved Kinect. The Xbox One included many new and improved features compared to previous Xbox consoles, such as improved Xbox Smartglass. The Xbox One launched with games such as, Forza Motorsport 5 and Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Xbox One S (August 2016)[edit | edit source]
- The Xbox One S was the second model of the Xbox One. It was released as a slimmer and less expenisve model of the Xbox One. The console has been completely redesigned in a new robot white color. The Xbox One S is also capable of streaming video content in 4K UHD.
Xbox One X (November 2017)[edit | edit source]
- selection of games at 4K UHD with other enchantments through the Xbox One X Enhanced program. The console is currently the world's most powerful console, being 4.5 times more powerful than the original Xbox One. The Xbox One X is the premium Xbox One model. The Xbox One X is capable of playing a
Xbox One S All-Digital-Edition (May 2019)[edit | edit source]
- Forza Horizon 3, Minecraft and Sea of Thieves. On May 7, 2019 Microsoft released an all digital edition variant of the Xbox One S. The console is near identical to the regular Xbox One S but does not include a disc drive. The console was released as a slightly cheaper alternative to other models in the Xbox One line. The console was bundled with three games, those being,