Xbox One Consoles
The Xbox One is one of the most popular devices in the eighth generation of home video game consoles. Released in 2013, the console was intended to enable users to create their own home entertainment systems, with access to a number of movie and television show streaming services as well as the ability to take control of a set-top box.
Features of the Xbox One
With a Kinect plugged into to an Xbox One console, you will be able to control it with gestures and your voice, meaning if you can't find your controller you can switch between apps with ease. With the pre-installed Game DVR, you can record and share all of your favourite gaming moments.
The Xbox One can be bought with either 500GB or 1TB of storage. The larger the storage capacity of your console, the more games and apps you can have installed that can be accessed instantly. Blu-Ray discs can be played on the Xbox One, meaning you can watch your favourite films in high definition.
Any achievements you received on your Xbox 360 will be carried over to the Xbox One so your gamer score will not be lost. The same can be said for your friends: any friends you had on your Xbox 360 will appear on your Xbox One.
Xbox One S
In 2016, the Xbox One received a makeover. The Xbox One S is a more streamlined version of the original console, with a built-in power brick and native support for 4K gaming and streaming. In terms of audio, the console comes with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X Audio, allowing for crisp sound in whatever you do. Just like the original Xbox One, the Xbox One S provides access to one of the most diverse libraries of video games in the world as well as hundreds of backwards-compatible games that can be downloaded from the Xbox Store.