Yesterday, Microsoft introduced the next generation of its Xbox video game console. The Xbox One will compete with Nintendo’s Wii U and Sony’s PlayStation 3 in a market that has been radically transformed in the past few years. Now that smartphones and tablets deliver high quality gaming content to everyone that has a few dollars to spare, home consoles need to provide customers with additional features in order to lure them into paying hundreds of dollars for a dedicated gaming device.
Microsoft’s strategy with the Xbox One is pretty clear. With its abilities to stream video content and pass through signals from a cable set-top box, the new console is designed to become the center of the living room. With voice and gesture controls, Xbox Home could add some of the features to the TV experience that have been part of the consistent Apple TV rumours.
Today’s chart shows that…
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