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Microsoft has revealed some of the technical specifications of the Xbox One.

  • 500 GB HDD
  • 3.0 USB
  • 8GB of RAM
  • Blu-ray Drive
  • Dedicated serves
  • Interplay between Kinect, controller, and Smartglass
  • Game DVR with native editing and sharing tools for easy upload to the cloud

According to Microsoft, where 15,000 serves power the modern Xbox Live experience, 300,000 servers will power Xbox One’s, relying heavily on cloud-powered media storage.

The new Xbox Live will carry over your existing membership and progress (in short, you gets to keep them sweet, sweet cheevos).

The Xbox One’s controller (seen above) has been redesigned slightly, boasting a much tighter-looking D-pad (something the Xbox has needed for years), with the Xbox jewel pushed higher up and noticeably deeper concave analog sticks.

More on the Xbox Reveal as it continues.

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Microsoft Details Xbox One Tech Specs, Features

By | 05/21/2013 12:33 PM PT

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Microsoft has revealed some of the technical specifications of the Xbox One.

  • 500 GB HDD
  • 3.0 USB
  • 8GB of RAM
  • Blu-ray Drive
  • Dedicated serves
  • Interplay between Kinect, controller, and Smartglass
  • Game DVR with native editing and sharing tools for easy upload to the cloud

According to Microsoft, where 15,000 serves power the modern Xbox Live experience, 300,000 servers will power Xbox One’s, relying heavily on cloud-powered media storage.

The new Xbox Live will carry over your existing membership and progress (in short, you gets to keep them sweet, sweet cheevos).

The Xbox One’s controller (seen above) has been redesigned slightly, boasting a much tighter-looking D-pad (something the Xbox has needed for years), with the Xbox jewel pushed higher up and noticeably deeper concave analog sticks.

More on the Xbox Reveal as it continues.

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