On Monday, Microsoft introduced a slimmer version of its Xbox 360 console amid demonstrations of its controller-free gaming device Kinect. (formally known all Project Natal)
What is the same?
The new Xbox 360 costs the same as its predecessor ($300) and will begin shipping to retailers today. (KINECT AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 4th for 149.99 USD)
What is new?
Well first, here is upcoming Xbox 360 accessory Kinect, which uses multiple cameras to track a player’s body movements and translate them into game controls available Nov. 4th
New features include a 250-GB hard drive (up from 120 GB) and 802.11N Wi-Fi connectivity.
Microsoft also claims the new Xbox runs quieter than previous versions.
(thank god… vrrrrrooooom vrroooom… and Call of Duty has a big ‘circular ring scratch’ on it…)
The announcement concluded Microsoft’s press conference at the E3 gaming convention.
Earlier in the conference, Microsoft showcased its upcoming Xbox 360 accessory Kinect, which uses multiple cameras to track a player’s body movements and translate them into game controls similar to the Nintendo Wii (Wiimote features a combination of motion and optical sensors enabling players to manipulate objects on the screen with hand gestures and movements)
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