Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer at Microsoft, Yusuf Mehdi, and Corporate Vice President of Xbox LIVE, Marc Whitten, take us for an all-in-one demo tour of the Xbox One features. To get full functionality from your Xbox One, it is recommended to have Kinect connected at all times even though Microsoft has stated that Kinect isn’t mandatory for gaming, but not using it will result in many of the features disabled.
With the power of Kinect 2.0, there is no need for any more password sign-ins. It can automatically scan you and sign you in to your own personalized dashboard screen (biometric sign-in); you can instantly swap between a game and the dashboard without having to quit the game and can resume from right where you left off without any loading screens.
Not only that, but multiple users on the same Xbox One can be recognized together at the same time and can instantly switch between their dashboard by just saying the command, “Xbox Show My Stuff”. You can also control your own television with voice using Xbox One and Kinect. Kinect can also track a user all over the room without using any mechanical motors and by just using the software.
You can watch the whole video below:
Xbox One launches on November 22 in 13 key countries listed by Microsoft.
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