Xbox One to Replace Xbox 360
The new capabilities’ of Xbox One are many; taking from its predecessor the ‘controller-free’ operation – done through hand gestures and voice command (Kinect accessory required), Xbox One also boasts 8G RAM and 500GB hard drive.
Kinect & Xbox One Updates & Improvements
Via “three separate operating systems,” ”a tiny Host OS” to run the boot-up and additional apps, “the Shared Partition” for online television, Skype, Netflix, and “the Exclusive Partition” for gaming; this One of the future is certainly drawing a great deal of attention. Microsoft couldn’t stop with the new console; they had to improve the accessories for this all-in-One by ramping up the Kinect used for the Xbox 360.
The new Kinect has an improved 1080p wide-angle camera which includes a feature to measure your heartbeat while using the device for “get-up-and-move” games. IGN additionally reports that the Xbox One will not be compatible with the 360 or the original Xbox systems.
Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end; this includes technological advances, while new technology takes place of it.