Xbox One Hardware Specs Include 64-Bit Architecture, 8 GB of RAM

The console also has redesigned Kinect and a new controller

By on May 21st, 2013 17:41 GMT

The new Xbox One home console from Microsoft is designed to increase the hardware power that developers and players can use and updates the way in which video games will use the expanded capabilities of the hardware.

The core of the console is being created using a 64-bit architecture that has a processor with 500 billion transistors, with 8 GB of shared RAM and a Blu-ray drive that can allow players to get access to more content.

Microsoft also says that Xbox One is designed to be silent and to allow players to quickly access all kinds of content on their hard drive.

The new Kinect sensor is designed for greater accuracy and better motion control, and the SmartGlass concept has a better integration for Xbox One.

The controller has also been re-designed to be more ergonomic and easier to use.
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