Xbox Consoles

This thing is a dinosaur from an almost bygone era of when single player games were still king, co-op was novel yet welcome This OG was Amply named Gamer’s Dream, At that time… If you want one to remember the good ol days, you better buy now because there are not many working ones left out here. 

The 360 was the  successor of the original Xbox in 2005. The 360 Became the new Gamer’s Dream because it had the ability to stream multimedia content from PCs,  the ability to purchase and stream music, television programs, and films through the Xbox Music and Xbox Video services, 360 also released Kinect, a motion control  system for the Xbox 360 which uses an advanced sensor system. Not everyone experienced this however the 360 was known for the the dreaded red ring of death. Overall Great Gamer…. 

The Xbox One was released in 2013 as the successor to the xbox 360.  X-One was produced to have an emphasis on internet-based features, such as the ability to record and stream gameplay, the ability to integrate with a set-top box to watch cable or satellite TV through the console with an enhanced guide interface and Kinect-based voice control, the ability for users to access their library of games (regardless of whether they were purchased physically or digitally) on any Xbox One console without needing their discs, and the ability to share their entire library with 10 designated “family” members. For the time and still to this day,  X-One is top of the line, State of the Art Gaming. 

Xbox One X was released in 2017 as the successor and upgrade to the Xbox One. Has 40% more power than any other console. Considered the worlds most Powerful console along with having the world’s most advanced multiplayer network. The X-One X has a 8-core Custom AMD CPU, 12GB GDDR5 of graphic memory, a A 6 Teraflop GPU,  326 GB/sec memory bandwidth. All for a True 4 K gaming experience, faster processing, and smother game play. Better than any other Xbox before it. Xbox One X is game play on Steroids.