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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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The Xbox has been a blast to own, Titanfall has been my favorite game, and the operating system has undergone huge improvements. Now that you can get it so much cheaper there is nothing to lose.
The Xbox One S is out now but unless you desperately need a UHD Bluray player there is no real need to get that over the original model, I'd suggest waiting for Xbox Scorpio in 2017 if you're going to spend that much on an xbox.
Pro Tip: If you're going to use with a home theater system, you may need an optical splitter to make all the audio connections needed.
I do think it's a shame that Microsoft made so many sacrifices to create that experience. Load times are frustrating, and there's no way to upgrade the hard disk to a hybrid drive to speed things up. And to see games released on both the Xbox One and the PS4, and how much the PS4 dominates, is a tough pill to swallow. Would you rather have a game running in 60fps or 30fps? It's not even a question. It's a given.
It's going to be interesting to see how the next couple of years are going to pan out for the two consoles. If it's going to come down to games, the PS4 is going to make me regret my purchase--it's clearly a machine built for games, and aside from securing exclusive games, there's nothing Microsoft's marketing department can do to close that gap. But I'm really hoping that Microsoft can get all of its ducks in a row, and really explore fresh ways to make the Xbox a media hub.
A few of the things I love:
- Titanfall is an excellent game
- Using Skype with the Kinect is a magical experience, the way it pans to each speaker and follows you around the room is really awesome
- The Xbox controller is a joy to use. I don't feel any soreness in my hands when I play for long periods of time. All the buttons are where they're supposed to be, and I can just focus on the game.
- Xbox fitness is awesome and is a great example of what the Kinect can do. Being able to see yourself on screen with tips on how to correct form is an excellent experience.
A few things that I love/hate:
- Voice control is really a hit or miss, my success rate for turning on the Xbox is maybe 20%. It's especially embarassing when I have friends over and say, "Check this out...Xbox on" and nothing happens. It's also instantly frustrating when I ask it to change the channel, and it goes to the wrong one. I really wish it was more accurate. That said, still beats using remote.
- The system is underpowered. In a game like Titanfall, having to wait 20 seconds for each match to load is a joke. Seeing PS4 games run in 1080p at 60fps is depressing.
- The Kinect needs to be exploited. It's a fascinating device with a ton of unexplored potential. The Kinect should be what the Wiimote was for the original Wii, a real differentiator that transcends graphics performance.
- Getting a party together takes a lot of trial and error. The first time I tried to get two friends together to play a match on Titanfall took over half an hour. It was a terrible experience.
- The interface for Netflix is garbage. The system they came up with for browsing videos is really half-baked.
I know I've had quite a few negative things to say, but let me be clear, I don't regret my purchase. There's simply nothing like this on the market that combines gaming, media, physical activity, and virtual interaction like this on the planet. I really hope Microsoft continues to make each of these experiences inspiring and easy to use.
There are some things that I really like about the Xbox One, including the TV integration and the Blu-ray drive. I've also generally been content with the Kinect voice controls, although I still typically need to use a universal remote to control my entertainment system.
That said, I've been hugely disappointed that the Xbox One doesn't function as a media center extender. The only roughly analogous alternative is to buck up for a OneDrive account, and stream photos and videos through OneDrive. I'm not thrilled about that option, because IMHO, OneDrive isn't as good as other cloud storage options in terms of packages or prices. (The biggest storage package is only 200GB, which isn't big enough to hold our files and which costs as much as Google's 1TB package.) You can also "push" content from your desktop to your Xbox One using the "Play To" function. However, that's hugely inconvenient for us, because our desktop is in a room on the other side of the house. I've heard that they're considering including a media-center-esque capability in a future software upgrade, and I hope that's true.
Overall, I like this product, but it hasn't yet met my expectations. If my Xbox 360 hadn't died, I would've been content with holding off on buying this.
Also streaming to twitch is freaking crazy easy and the upload studio you can make some cool videos in a few mins.
The Gestures are really hard to get used to.. I haven't gone over the tutorials for all the commands but it sorta works.. also I am awfully close to my kinect.
The way the games play freak me out because it can save where you last were and its like you just left it on pause since you last played, it reserves some space on the harddrive to do this.. its kinda cool.. navigating the new way everything is set up is a little weird at first....
but saying Xbox got Netflix or Xbox goto Youtube or Xbox goto Twitch and having it open those apps is pretty neat.
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