"Xbox One is Kinect," Harrison said. "They are not separate systems. An Xbox One has chips, it has memory, it has Blu-ray, it has Kinect, it has a controller. These are all part of the platform ecosystem."
Harrison said he has an Xbox One at home right now and explained that being able to say "Xbox on" and have the system boot up and load his profile is a "very magical experience."
What corporate speak nonsense is this? "A very magical experience"? Really? That's what he's going with to sell this gimmick? The thing watches you for ad revenue and this is his "PRO" for that major "CON"
What do you think?
The Queen of Light took her bow, and then she turned to go. The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom, and walked the night alone.-Battle of Evermore/Zeppelin
I like it. I'm not that interested in using it for gaming, but I do want Kinect because it sounds cool turning it on and off with voice commands. Flipping through the dash also sounds good. I wish I didn't need to pay extra for it but if it makes my overall experience with it "magical" then I'm all for it.
Truth be told I often fall asleep with my tv and console on, I'm really digging the ability to basically keep my eyes closed as I shuffle off to bed and just command it to shut down, no having to search for my controller in a stupor