Rewatch The Microsoft Conference and Xbox Reveal In Full

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Microsoft has unveiled the Xbox One which will go on sale later this year. The next-generation console was shown off alongside a new Kinect sensor and a redesigned controller.

The Xbox One sees Microsoft add a Blu-ray drive and Skype functionality to its console, incorporate vibrating feedback into its gamepad’s triggers, and upgrade the Kinect camera’s sensor to 1080p high definition resolution.

System Specs

The Xbox One has a CPU with eight x86-64 cores, 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500 GB hard drive, and a Blu-ray Disc optical drive

Launch Date and Price

Nothing Concrete yet Microsoft have stated that they will have more information at E3 which kicks off on the 11th June.

Iain started gaming in 1985 on an old Atari 800XL and has never looked back, he started writing with AllThingsXbox back in 2011 and is still heavily involved within the team. He is the Editor-In-Chief of AllThingsXbox's sister site where he is getting the ball moving. Iain has opted for the Playstation 4 as first pick next gen console of choice however he promises us that he will be getting an Xbox One in 2014 and back writing for both sites in the near future.