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Microsoft Xbox One 500GB Console - Black
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- Experience the next generation in entertainment with the Microsoft Xbox One games console
- Powerful hardware provides stunning, true-to-life graphics
- Play with millions of other gamers across the web with Xbox Live
- Jump seamlessly between your favourite game, TV show or movie
- Includes a Wireless Controller
- Play select Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One with backwards compatibility
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There's only one place to play the best exclusives and biggest blockbusters this year, like Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsport 6. Experience the most advanced multiplayer on Xbox Live, powered by hundreds of thousands of servers that maximize performance. Quickly switch between games, live TV, and apps.
Xbox One 500GB Console
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Xbox One chat headset
Keep your in-game communications crisp with the Xbox One Chat Headset. Hear friends and foes in crystal-clear digital audio. The Chat Headset is designed for comfort during long gaming sessions.
Xbox One wireless controller
The Xbox wireless gaming controller just got better with over 40 technology innovations. New Impulse Triggers deliver precise fingertip feedback for more realistic experiences.
The gold standard
Use your 14 day Xbox Live Gold membership to get in on all the multiplayer action, as well as all of the other benefits that Xbox Live Gold membership brings, including free games, and discounts with Deals with Gold.
Jump ahead with Xbox One
There’s only one place to play the best exclusives and biggest blockbusters this year, like Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsport 6. Experience the most advanced multiplayer on Xbox Live, powered by hundreds of thousands of servers that maximize performance. Quickly switch between games, live TV, and apps. And instantly resume your game where you left off.*
The best exclusives and biggest blockbusters*
- The only one where you can play Halo 5: Guardians, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Forza Motorsport 6 this year
- The only one where you can play your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One
- The only one where you can play upcoming EA games for a limited time before they’re released
- The only one with Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Fable Legends and Quantum Break
Xbox Live – the world’s premier gaming community*
- The one with the most advanced multiplayer for you and your friends
- Powered by hundreds of thousands of servers that maximize performance and reduce lag and cheating
- The only one where you can connect with friends and play across Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs.
- The only one with a player-powered reputation system for a better experience
Games plus Entertainment*
- The one where you can quickly switch back-and-forth between games, live TV, and apps
- The only one where you can receive multiplayer invites while watching live TV, Netflix, and Blu-ray movies
- The one with Skype and EA Access, and other popular apps like Twitch, iPlayer and YouTube
- The only one with the OneGuide, a personalised entertainment guide across live TV, apps and more
- The only one that lets you snap a live stream or tutorial alongside your game
Advanced technology that keeps getting better*
- The one where you can pause your game and instantly resume where you left off
- The only one where you can stream your Xbox One games to a Windows 10 PC or tablet in your home
- Get new features and enhancements all the time, with more than one hundred added since launch.
- The one with the industry leading controller and revolutionary Kinect technology
Play Xbox 360 games on Xbox One
Play Xbox 360 games on Xbox One
Xbox One is now the best place to play a growing library of your Xbox 360 games. Experience both generations of games on one console, including digital and disc-based titles. Keep your game saves, add-ons, achievements, and Gamerscore. And with Xbox Live Gold, play multiplayer games with friends no matter which Xbox console they’re on. Enjoy the greatest games lineup in Xbox history — exclusively on Xbox One.
Works with disc-based and digital
Not only is backward compatibility one of the most-requested fan features, it is also part of our vision to provide gaming without limits, so you can get more out of the investment you’ve made in your game collection, and your games library is not limited to just one device.
Play against friends
At launch, Xbox One owners will be able to play Xbox 360 titles with their friends no matter which console they’re on. Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers can play the same game at the same time, against each other.
Progress comes with you
Don't worry about stopping a game on your Xbox One and moving to an Xbox 360, or vice versa. You can keep all your previously-saved files, game add-ons, and hard-won achievements and take them with you whether you are playing on Xbox One or Xbox 360.
*Compared to other current generation video game consoles. Advanced TV hardware required. Initial set-up, updates, and some games and features require broadband internet; ISP fees apply. Xbox Live available on Xbox One and Xbox 360. Online multiplayer requires Xbox Live Gold (sold separately). Games and media content sold separately. Halo 5: Guardians coming fall 2015, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Forza Motorsport coming late 2015.
*Halo 5: Guardians coming fall 2015; Rise of the Tomb Raider, Forza Motorsport 6, Fable Legends, Gears of War: Ultimate Edition coming late 2015; Quantum Break coming first half of 2016; all sold separately. EA Access requires paid subscription, sold separately; see www.ea.com/eaaccess for details. Xbox Live Gold (sold separately) also required to access certain vault title online features. Conditions and restrictions apply. Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature works with select Xbox 360 games, see http://www.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/backward-compatability. Xbox 360 accessories and Kinect, and games requiring those accessories, are not compatible with Xbox One consoles. Xbox Live and broadband internet required for initial download of game to console. Xbox Live Gold required for online multiplayer (sold separately). Beta preview program has limited functionality and only supports select Xbox 360 digital games. Games sold separately.
*Compared to other current generation video game consoles. Xbox Live is available on Xbox One and Xbox 360. Online multiplayer requires Xbox Live Gold (sold separately). In-home streaming to Windows 10 PCs and cross-device play between Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs coming soon. Limited number of games available in 2015 support cross-device play; additional games to follow.
*Compared to other current generation video game consoles. Advanced TV hardware and broadband internet required; ISP fees apply. Skype video calls require Kinect for Xbox One. Xbox Live available on Xbox One and Xbox 360. App-provider specific paid subscriptions and/or additional requirements apply for some Xbox Live features.
*Compared to other current generation video game consoles. Advanced TV hardware required. Initial set-up, updates, and some games and features require broadband internet (ISP fees apply). In-home streaming to Windows 10 PCs coming soon.
*Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature works with select Xbox 360 games, see http://www.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/backward-compatability. Xbox 360 accessories and Kinect, and games requiring those accessories, are not compatible with Xbox One consoles. Xbox Live and broadband internet required for initial download of game to console. Xbox Live Gold required for online multiplayer (sold separately). Beta preview program has limited functionality and only supports select Xbox 360 digital games. Games sold separately.
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In previous years I had opted for Playstations, owning the #1 and #2 consoles before switching to an Xbox 360 when the Playstation #3 seemed so uninspiring that it drove me towards a change. So this time around I was open-minded, and wanted to fulfil some criteria with my new piece of kit:
3. Focus on console gaming
4. No social or multi-player bias; I am a solo-gamer
5. Best current and future titles
I ordered both consoles almost concurrently, and the first to arrive was the Xbox One. Straight out of the box, it came well packaged and with HDMI and the usual Xbox mains converter-adapter. I do not think the same as some other reviewers have commented and think the style and design of the unit itself is solid-looking. The outer casing is two-tone black and with numerous vent slats to aid hard drive cooling. When in operation, the fan is relatively noiseless and the Xbox logo lights up in white on the front panel. It looks good on the shelf, in a TV cabinet and can be accommodated in such a place due to the fan cooling system.
The PS4 meanwhile has a strange angled concept in a very small and sleek unit, again two-tone black, and I have to say this is the poorer of the two designs. The angled wedge shape makes placement on some shelves awkward, and it is not advisable to store the console in a confined space anyway.Read more ›
Launched in late 2013, the Xbox One is Microsoft's next generation console. Featuring an all new design, new internals as well as a new innovative operating system based on Microsoft's own Windows OS, the Xbox one features a larger focus on entertainment than the competing Playstation 4 and even it's own predecessor, the Xbox 360.
For a company that has become so focused on bringing good design to many of it's products, I was surprised how bad the packaging was. Opening up the box, you have to cut numerous stickers just to get the cover surrounding the box off, and when you open up the box itself the amount of waste is atrocious.
There is understandably, for safety reasons, a huge amount of polystyrene covering up the console itself, but once you remove that and move onto the top layer containing the accessories and information documents, there is even more waste. The accessories that come with the device - the plug, power brick, HDMI cable, controller and headset - are all individually wrapped. Make sure your bins are empty before the arrival of your console because you'll spend the first ten minutes of Xbox One ownership will be spent throwing away all the rubbish that came with it.
After watching unboxing videos of the Surface tablet - also designed and made by Microsoft - I'm sure they can produce better, more minimal packaging than this, even considering the enormous size of this system.
Once you've removed all the packaging, the great size of the Xbox One is immediately apparent. Compared to my old Xbox 360 Elite, a design now around ten years old at the time of writing this (2015), the Xbox One is enormous, reminiscent of an old VCR player.Read more ›
Now, we already had a Playstation 4, and we're not one's to turn down a console or a game, as our family love playing games of all sorts. So it was time to add the Xbox One to the family. The main motivation behind it being a few exclusive titles for the console, or collectors' editions that had extras, that weren't included with the PS4 or PC versions.
Despite original dislike for the Xbox One, especially after Microsoft's poor advertising during the E3 before release; we slowly found ourselves enjoying the Xbox One more and more. If you're a fan of the new Windows themes, you will enjoy the UI of the XbOne. It does feel very e-sports oriented to me, which may not necessarily be a bad thing. It is harder to share, or even take, screenshots and videos of your gameplay compared to the PS4. It took me ages to figure out how to snap a shot, then let alone share it onto my Facebook page.
I have always preferred the controllers of the Xbox consoles over the PS ones. This time it's no different. In fact, the battery life of the XbOne controllers surpasses the PS4 greatly. And it doesn't take that long to charge them.
It was annoying that I had to buy an adaptor to plug my headphones in, as we have both consoles in the same room on different TV units, we kind of need the headphones. So that was - quite frankly put - a pain in the arse. But once you do get the adaptor, it's convenient that you can effortlessly control your game and voice chat volume without going into the console settings to do so.
This probably isn't the console's fault, but more of a new generation games one, but the 500GB space does not last long at all.Read more ›
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