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Xbox One + Kinect

Platform : Xbox One
3.8 out of 5 stars 2,774 customer reviews

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  • Includes: 500GB hard drive Xbox One Console, Xbox One Kinect with Dance Central Spotlight, Xbox One black wireless controller (without the 3.5mm headset jack) , AC Power Cable, and an HDMI Cable.
  • With the Xbox One Kinect, you can quickly jump from TV to movies to music to a game with simple voice commands to the Xbox One Kinect like "Xbox On", "Xbox Watch TV", "Xbox Go to Amazon Instant Video", and more.
  • Make Skype calls in HD on your TV.
  • Broadcast gameplay live with picture-in-picture using the Twitch app.
  • Experience the most advanced multiplayer on Xbox Live.
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Experience greater convenience and control with Kinect for Xbox One. Command your Xbox and TV with your voice, make Skype calls in HD, and play games where you are the controller. Be recognized and signed-in automatically, and use your voice to find your favorite entertainment, snap apps, switch instantly and start recording game clips—all without lifting a finger. You can even broadcast your gameplay live with picture-in-picture using the Twitch app and work out smarter with Xbox Fitness. Kinect for Xbox One has a 1080p HD camera, advanced infrared technology and a microphone array with noise isolation for maximum precision in capturing sound and motion. Includes a full game download of Dance Central Spotlight.

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Release date November 22, 2013
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3.8 out of 5 stars 2,774 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,741 in videogames
#24 in Video Games > Xbox One > Consoles
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Product Dimensions 20 x 14.5 x 7 inches
Media: Console
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By Vdub TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 29, 2013
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I got my Xbox One on launch day, so I've had about a while now to play with it and find out what I think about the system. It is an excellent follow-up to the Xbox 360, but not without some minor flaws.

*What I like:*
[+] The dashboard is integrated WAY better than the Xbox 360 and PS3. There is no longer the feeling of "in a game" or "in the dashboard". You are ALWAYS in both. Say you are in the middle of a game but want to spontaneously change a system setting or launch another app etc. Both the 360 and PS3 had some semi-dashboard functionality built into the dashboard/home button, but most everything required you to first exit the game and go to the dashboard (aside from some shortcuts to go straight to a different game). Now, you press the dashboard button and without interrupting your game in any way, you now have access to the full dashboard and settings, etc. There is really no such thing as being required to "quit" a game anymore, which is awesome.

[+] Speed. I always was surprised that through the entire life of the Xbox 360 (including the 360 S and 360 E), there was an unacceptable amount of lag on many core dashboard functions. Something as basic as showing your list of games, or list of gamerpics to change to, or achievement lists, or loading marketplace screens, would often take several seconds of waiting to populate. The Xbox One's startup is acceptably fast, but basic things like loading marketplace content or my list of installed apps, achievements, etc, is very quick. Switching between game and dashboard is no longer the slow annoyance it used to be, but rather is nearly instantaneous.

[+] Dashboard Layout: The Xbox 360 dashboard was too cluttered and poorly organized, in my opinion.
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Original Review Posted May 2015: We've had our Xbox One and Kinect just shy of a year and since we just had our first experience with the Microsoft Xbox One's Warranty I thought it was the perfect time to leave a review and share my thoughts.

I like to wait until I've had a new piece of technology for a significant amount of time before leaving a review. You need to let the honeymoon period wear off and allow enough time to pass to reveal any bugs, flaws or defects. Fortunately we're pretty happy with Xbox One and the overall experience this far. I take writing reviews seriously and hopefully this one provides some insight for what is a pretty big purchase decision for most people. Enough intro. . . on with the review!

Here's a break down of the good and bad experiences we've had with the Xbox One over the course of the past 11 and a half months. (I'm a single dad so "We" consists of a father and teen son who spend a LOT of time with the Xbox One every week)

- This version includes the Xbox One, the Kinect, one controller and a very basic chat headset.

- Installation is pretty straight forward even with the lack of a detailed instruction manual. The Xbox really does a good job of walking you through the process on its own.

- Quiet and Fast. Everything seems to run much more quietly and faster than on our Xbox 360 Slim.

- Boots very quickly unless you do a full reboot which takes a bit longer

- Integration with Windows and smart devices via Smart Glass app is nice

- One Xbox Live Gold account can now be shared via multiple users on one console/family (Unlike the Xbox 360)

- Kinect provides some very cool voice command capability.
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I expected my PS4 to be my main console. I thought my Xbox One would serve as a back-up for exclusives only- things like Halo and Crackdown. I was wrong.

I love my PS4 and all. I hated the initial Microsoft announcement about the DRM, no disk sharing, online requirements, Kinect requirements, etc. And I purposely did not support Microsoft because of this. (In the end, I purchased a used Xbox One because I was still annoyed they even tried that garbage).

But this Xbox One console is fantastic. The 360 was my "main" console last generation and for good reasons: games, online connectivity, achievements, friends online, easy voice chat, parties, etc. In a way, I'm used to Microsoft. This one delivers much the way the 360 did, if you get past the initial garbage I talked about.

The graphics are great. Netflix looks much better on this than the 360. Titanfall, Madden, and all other cross-gen games look better. Next-gen exclusives like Forza 5 show how great the system really is. It's beautiful. It's not the leap we had last gen, but it's not really about that anymore.

The dashboard isn't as great, however. It feels cluttered. I can't press the Xbox button and see my friends and achievements without minimizing the game. But they're working on that.

The Kinect isn't necessary. I don't video chat or use the hand gestures much, but it's still cool. The only downside is I have a projector and it faces away from me so I use it only for voice chat. It's nice not having a microphone plugged in at all times when you feel like saying something to someone. However, your profile only logs in automatically when it reads your face unlike the 360, which you could set to log in to your account automatically.

The controller is great.
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