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Xbox One Console - Day One Edition

by Microsoft
Xbox One
Everyone
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,299 customer reviews) 20 answered questions


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  • The Day One console includes a commemorative controller, token code to unlock an exclusive Day One achievement, and premium packaging
  • Kinect is included with the Day One Edition. Completely reengineered to be more precise, responsive and intuitive with unparalleled voice, vision and motion technology
  • The product does not come with the converter.
  • PSUs are designed to be used only in the regions where they are sold; Don't try to use an Xbox One PSU that was built for a region that has different power requirements. ; Don't use the Xbox One external PSU outside the country where it was sold. If you use the PSU in a different country, it or your console may be damaged, and the warranty may be invalidated.
  • The console is driven by a powerful combination of CPU, GPU and 8GB of RAM, governed by an innovative OS architecture, to deliver power, speed and agility; Only Xbox One unleashes the vast and scalable power of the cloud for your games, entertainment and apps with Xbox Live
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Product Details

  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CMQTVK0
  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 9 x 14 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 22, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,299 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,671 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Xbox One

Get more with Xbox One.

Introducing Xbox One. Where the best games, multiplayer, and your favorite movies, music, sports and live TV come together in one place. Xbox One games look and feel incredibly real, with cinematic gameplay that rivals Hollywood. Watch TV or chat with friends on Skype while you play, and keep on playing while smarter matchmaking happens behind the scenes. With Xbox One, you can snap two things side-by-side on your TV, and switch from one to another instantly. Cloud-powered and built for the digital age, Xbox One is designed to keep getting better over time.*

Xbox One delivers an all-new gaming and entertainment experience that will transform how you play. Xbox One brings together the best games, the most reliable service and rich entertainment all-in-one system that is built for today and tomorrow.


Xbox One
The best games.
  • The most award-winning exclusive games at E3.
  • Get it first - all Call of Duty: Ghosts downloadable content and many more.
  • Adaptive AI that learns to play like you.
Xbox One
The best multiplayer and service.
  • Better matchmaking with Smart Match.
  • No jerks - reputation system helps keep annoying players out of your games.
  • No waiting in lobbies - play, watch TV, or surf the web while matchmaking happens.

Xbox One
Games plus entertainment.
  • Never miss a moment - get multiplayer alerts while you watch TV.
  • Switch instantly from a game to TV, a movie, music and more.
  • Snap an app next to a game and do two things at once.
Xbox One
Built for the future.
  • The Digital System - built for the digital age using the latest technology and the power of the cloud.
  • Keeps getting better - "cloud powered" means Xbox One and games grow with you over time.
  • Advanced voice and motion control open up new game experiences like never before.

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Xbox One
Play Xbox One games online or offline.

Your Xbox One does not need to be connected for you to enjoy offline features of games. In fact, you can take the Xbox One anywhere and play any disc-based Xbox One game on it. The only times you need an online connection are for initial set-up of Xbox One, and to get the latest system and title updates before you start playing some games.

Xbox One
Share, trade-in, resell, gift, & rent game discs to your heart's content.

Use Xbox One's disc-based games just like you do today. There are no limitations to using and sharing them: it works like it does today on Xbox 360. If you'd rather get your games digitally, you can purchase from Xbox Live and get instant access to playing.


Xbox One
Play anywhere with your own Xbox Live Gold account.

A single Xbox Live Gold membership works across both Xbox One and Xbox 360 – your membership covers both. And you can log into a friend’s Xbox One and access all your downloadable games, preferences, and apps.

Xbox One
You control your privacy.

You decide how personalized Xbox One is to you and your family, including privacy settings, manual or automatic sign-in, and how data is used. And when you play games or enjoy apps that use sensitive personal data, such as videos, photos, and facial expressions, no one except you can access it, without your express permission.


Xbox One
Kinect or Controller: There are a variety of ways to interact with Xbox One.

Depending on the game or app, you can control Xbox One using voice commands and gestures, a controller, a remote control or your Xbox One SmartGlass device. It is designed to interact with you in multiple ways.

Xbox One
Easily turn Xbox One and Kinect on or off.

To turn off your Xbox One, just say "Xbox Off." This puts Xbox One into standby mode where it's only listening for the voice command, "Xbox On." You can also turn off your Kinect through the system settings, or you can simply unplug it. Xbox One does not require a Kinect to be plugged in for the system to function.


Xbox One
Your Gamertag and Gamerscore follow you to Xbox One.

No need to worry: you can bring your Xbox Live Gamertag and Gamerscore with you to Xbox One. Your Gamerscore will be automatically updated once you have connected to Xbox Live.

Xbox One
Communicate with Xbox Live Gold friends using messaging or Skype.

With Xbox One and an Xbox Live Gold membership, you can use Skype to voice chat with any platform that supports it. If Skype isn't supported (like on the Xbox 360), you'll still be able to see which of your friends is online and message them.


What's in the Box

  • Xbox One Console
  • Kinect Sensor for Xbox One
  • Wireless Controller
  • Chat Headset
  • HDMI cable
  • Power Supply

* Advanced TV hardware required. Games, add-ons and media content sold separately. Initial set-up and some games and features require broadband internet; ISP fees apply. Online multiplayer, Skype and some features also require Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately) and/or additional requirements. See xbox.com/xboxone.


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246 of 285 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great start for the next gen. November 25, 2013
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I have been playing my Xbox One Day One Edition non-stop this weekend and felt comfortable giving a first impression review. The first thing you notice out of the box is that the design is nothing that is going to blow you away. They made it big and when it was opened up by those sites that take these boxes apart a large part of it is a fan. I don't really mind at all to be honest. Too much has been made of how it looks. I have it in an entertainment center that has nothing but large black boxes in it. Well here's another one. Not really a big deal.

I plugged it in and went through the initial set up in around 20 minutes. I will start by saying I have a small child who also uses this television, so I will not be reviewing anything regarding the TV features. I decided not to use them, as I don't want my son to have to use the Xbox. The user interface is very nice and simple to use once you get going. I had an Xbox 360 and PS3 last generation and always liked the 360 interface better. I feel the same way about this one. You can still pin your favorite apps and games and navigating is fairly easy. The Kinect in my household with a small child (lots of noise) works well. I have had no problem with the commands and have found that they add quite a bit of easy navigation to the system. I will say it helps to learn what the commands are that the Kinect understands. Microsoft has released a sheet of all those commands since release. I will note that this would not have been a bad sheet to put in the box with the console, but I'll print it out on my own I guess. There is nothing better than saying Xbox On and Xbox Turn Off, or Xbox Go To Forza Motorsport 5 and it just goes! So in that sense I'm very pleased. I wouldn't say these are lazy features either as some may think.
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137 of 163 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing November 26, 2013
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Still unsure about which console to purchase? I'll help you. If you want a console that is built for gaming and gaming alone, then maybe the PS4 is for you, but if you want a console that does gaming and much more, GET THE XBOX ONE!

I've been gaming since the 80s, I've owned every console since the NES, and I've never seen anything like this. The setup process alone was amazing! The moment I hooked everything it up, the xbox started asking my tv, cable, and receiver models. The xbox communicated with all three and I was able to turn everything on with one command, "xbox on". I can go on and on with all the features, but you already know the features, instead, I'll tell you about one of my sessions.

I walked into my living room and said "xbox on", within seconds my xbox turns on followed by my dish network, tv, and receiver. Once the dashboard shows onscreen, War of the worlds is playing on HBO in the main window, because tv was the last thing I was doing. I then say, "xbox watch tv" and immediately I'm watching war of the worlds on wide screen. I wanted to watch some college football, so I then say, "xbox watch ESPN", and just as fast as changing the channel, I'm watching my Ohio State Buckeyes crush Indiana. While watching the game, I get an unexpected Skype call from my mom, she saw that I was signed on through Skype, I then say, "xbox answer" and now I'm having a video conversation with my mom about the game in perfect 1080p. After the conversation, I launch Killer Instinct by saying, "xbox go to killer instinct" and it switches from tv to the game like switching channels, it's that fast! After getting my butt handed to me in Killer Instinct, I decided to call it day and turn everything off.
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124 of 168 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Starting to live my childhood Sci-fi dreams. November 25, 2013
By mike
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Pretty amazing stuff. A couple things I wasnt sold on till i tried were Xbox Fitness and voice navigation. The voice navigation is pretty smooth and my kinect is even positioned right below my tv speakers. Skype is pretty cool too, my friend and I tried it and I def felt like I was using something from a scifi movie back when I was kid. Another thing that impressed me was the Store. You can browse all the games and also view player uploads right next to them. That gives you a good sense of how a game plays and players upload some pretty neat clips.

Kinect is pretty awesome. It tracks my girlfriends 4 year old perfectly and we played Kinect Sports Rivals without any hickups. Xbox Fitness with Kinect is cool too. I passed this off as a big 'meh' before i tried it, but the Kinect tracking and point system actually makes working-out a game as much as it can be.

The controller is probably my only complaint. The thumbsticks are smaller diameter than the 360 (albeit more responsive), and it is lighter making it feel a little cheap (but I am also a supporter of the now long gone 'Duke' controller). The triggers feel a whole lot better though, and I dig the positioning of the LB and RB buttons.

The quick switching is outstanding. Absolutely amazing.

The only legit game I have played is BF4 and it does look amazingly better than the 360 version. It does have its issues, but I think a lot of it is blown out of proportion. The only issues Ive had is playing conquest with the number of players maxed out. It ran fine, but once the match was over, loading the next map just seemed to 'hang' (but that is more of a DICE issue).

The system is dead silent, even after playing games or movies for a few hours.
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