Xbox is a popular video game console developed by Microsoft Corporation. It was designed and first introduced in 2001 to compete with Sony's PlayStation and Nintendo's GameCube. At first, Xbox was designed to support single-player and multi-player gaming with the help of hand-held controllers along with the CD (Compact Disc) games.

Xbox comes with built in services like Netflix, YouTube and a variety of other video streaming etc. and is also widely used as a home entertainment source. In addition, music, video and photo collections on a PC can be easily streamed to the Xbox with the help of Microsoft's Zune software.

Xbox Peripherals: Xbox Game Console which includes a Controller S and standard A/V cables, DVD Playback Kit, Xbox Live Starter Kit that includes headset, 12-months of Xbox Live, and MechAssault

Online Play

The Xbox allows gamers to play games online using their broadband internet connection service. To use this feature one need to require you to sign up for Xbox Live and you can do that in several ways.


Xbox: Xbox was the first video gaming console that was offered by Microsoft. The name Xbox was derived from a contraction of DirectX Box, a reference to Microsoft’s graphics API, DirectX. Xbox had integrated online playing service called Xbox live that included features such as a buddy list, and milestone titles like Halo 2 r, that was the most popular and widely used online games.

Xbox 360 : It is the second main console released by Microsoft for video games. Some of the major features of the Xbox 360 are its integrated Xbox Live service which allows players to compete online; download arcade games, trailers, game demos, songs and movies. It even provided the multimedia capabilities of Windows Media Center. Supported Online services include Xbox Live, Xbox Live Marketplace, Xbox Live Vision (webcam), Xbox Live Arcade, Xbox Live Video Marketplace, Windows Live Messenger, VideoKinect etc.

Xbox One: This is the upcoming third video game console developed by Microsoft and planned to be released on November 2013. Xbox One has 8GB of RAM, along with a Blu-ray drive, as well as a native 64-bit architecture. Supported online services include Xbox Live, Xbox Store, Internet Explorer, Skype.

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