Xbox One

Last Modified Mar 08, 2022 08:29 GMT

Microsoft's Xbox One is part of the brand’s Gaming and Entertainment console. The device was marketed by Microsoft as a "all-in-one entertainment system," hence the name "Xbox One”. It was announced in May 2013 as the Xbox 360's successor and the third generation console in the Xbox series. It is the first Xbox game console to be released in China (Shanghai Free-Trade Zone).

The original Xbox One model was replaced in 2016 by the Xbox One S, which has a smaller form factor and support for HDR10 high-dynamic-range video, as well as 4K video playback and game upscaling from 1080p to 4K. The Xbox One X, a high-end model, was released in 2017; it has upgraded hardware specifications and support for rendering games at 4K resolution.The console launched with many titles including; Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag (Ubisoft, Ubisoft), Battlefield 4 (DICE, Electronic Arts), Call of Duty: Ghosts (Infinity Ward, Activision), FIFA 14 (EA Sports, Electronic Arts) and many more


CPUSingle-chip x86 AMD "Jaguar" processor, 8 cores, Clock speed 1.75GHz, 32MB of embedded SRAM memory.
GraphicsAMD Next Gen, Radeon HD 7xxx series equivalent
Online servicesXbox Live. $60 annually or $25 quarterly.
MediaBlu-ray, DVD, CD, digital downloads
Controller inputXbox One Controller, Kinect, Voice Commands
Backward compatibilityBackwards compatible with certain Xbox 360 games
Price$399 without Kinect. With Kinect: $499 (US) €499 £429. Xbox One/Titanfall bundle for $450 at Walmart and Best Buy.
GPU853 MHz AMD Radeon GPU with 14 compute units (2 Disabled). 768 shaders (stream processors). 48 Texture Units, 16 ROPS, 16 Compute Commands.