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Microsoft Xbox One, the next generation gaming console, is now up for pre-orders at Microsoft Online Store. The Xbox One is priced for $499.99 and shipping will start right after the official release event.
It is expected that Microsoft will start shipping Xbox after its release date announcement at upcoming E3 gamer conference.
With a completely re-engineered Kinect, new features for gaming, TV, music, and apps, streamlined gaming controllers, and much more, Microsoft has developed the Xbox One as more of a living room set-top box rather than a gaming console only.
Xbox One Specs
Microsoft Xbox One is powered pack with an 8 core AMD CPU, 8GB system memory, 500GB standard hard-disk drive, one Blu Ray drive, Wi-Fi, HDMI in/out, and USB 3.0 port.
Xbox One Release Date
The Xbox One will release in November 2013, but you can reserve a new Xbox One entertainment system and/or related accessories or games today just by pre-ordering it from Microsoft Store website. It will come with a special edition Xbox One console, Kinect sensor, Commemorative controller, Exclusive achievement, and HDMI Cable.
Xbox One Price
The new gaming console comes with a price tag of $499.99, but the Sony’s PlayStation 4 has expected to bear a price tag of $399.99 only, which could make PS 4 more appealing over the Xbox One. Nothing can be said right now, as the PS 4 prices haven’t announced officially yet.