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Xbox One - Day One Edition

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  • Web Code: 10254138
  • Release Date: 11/22/2013
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Overview

The Xbox One is an all-in-one entertainment powerhouse that takes your games, live TV, movies, sports and music to a whole other level. With cutting-edge hardware the Xbox One has the power and performance to play hit games, as well as the ability to switch between multiple apps.

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  • Day One Edition: The Xbox One Day One edition comes with the Xbox One console, Kinect sensor, Day One limited edition packaging and decal, a commemorative limited edition controller, premium packaging, a code to unlock a Day One achievement and an HDMI cable.
  • Packed with power: With an ultra-powerful processor, graphics engine, and system memory, the Xbox One has enough digital horsepower to create incredibly immersive gameplay experiences and dazzlingly-realistic visuals
  • Xbox Live: Play online against friends or strangers through Xbox Live, and while you're waiting to find a match you can play a different game, watch TV, or enjoy some tunes. Xbox Live Gold memberships from the Xbox 360 will work on Xbox One (Xbox Live subscription sold separately).
  • Multitask like never before: You can jump effortlessly back and forth between a game, TV show, app, or music. You can also split the screen and display two applications at once, letting you watch a movie and Skype with a friend at the same time.
  • Home entertainment hub: Connect the Xbox One to your cable or satellite box via HDMI and enjoy your favourite television shows through the Xbox One interface.
  • Connect with Kinect: Kinect is built in with even more precise and responsive motion detection for playing game and navigating through menus.
  • Powerful voice recognition: Enjoy the convenience of voice-based commands. Simply say "Xbox on" and let your voice do all the work.
  • Cloud-based communication: Xbox One uses the power of the cloud for effortless social updates, Internet communication, and automatic updates.
  • Improved controller: The Xbox One controller is enhanced with redesigned thumbsticks, and improved D-pad, and Impulse Triggers that provide precise fingertip feedback.
  • SmartGlass: Connect your Xbox One with compatible smartphones and tablets (including iOS and Android) and enjoy new ways to interact with your games, shows, sports, and more. You can use the SmartGlass app to set up online matches in the background while you play or view stats.
  • Share your gameplay: Livestream your gameplay directly to Twitch and view gameplay from your buddies.
  • Offline gameplay enabled: An internet connection will not be required to play offline Xbox One games. Once you complete system setup, you can play any disc-based game without ever connecting online again. There is no 24-hour connection requirement and you can take your Xbox One anywhere you want to play your games, just like the Xbox 360.
  • Unlimited disc-based gaming: Just like with the Xbox 360, you can trade, lend, resell, gift, and rent disc-based games without limitations.
  • Please note: Features and requirements may change. Initial online setup and games plus some features require broadband internet (ISP fees apply) and an account on Xbox Live in an Xbox One-supported Xbox Live country. Advanced TV hardware required. Additional internet speed, subscriptions, and/or requirements apply for some features. You must accept the Xbox Terms of Use and limited warranty.

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  • Parts - 1 Year(s)

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  • from Toronto, ON
  • Jan 26, 2014
3.0

Good start

So far a good start. The good: games, voice control, integration with windows phone/windows 8. The bad: almost everything requires a Xbox Live Gold subscription. To use internet explorer, many of the apps like NFL, etc.

  • from Edmonton
  • Jan 20, 2014
4.0

I love it!

I love that I can watch Netflix/TV while I game. That was always my issue with the 360. I could never decide what I wanted to do and now I can do both! Also, the voice commands are flawless (as long as you're saying the command correctly). I love coming home after a long day and simply saying "Xbox On" and start gaming or watching Netflix. There are so many amazing features.

  • from Calgary, AB
  • Dec 30, 2013
4.0

Amazing!

I went with the Xbox One for its ability to function as a entertainment centre; blu-ray, Apple TV and gaming console rolled into one. It's easy to switch between apps and the voice commands are so cool. I picked up Assassins Creed and Forza and was blown away with the graphics. My only compliant is having to install the games to the hard drive before first use.

  • from canad
  • Dec 29, 2013
5.0

good job

Best buy ever better then the laggy ps4s

  • from Aylmer, Qc
  • Dec 27, 2013
4.0

Great System

Really like this system. Unfortunate games aren't backward compatible, but alas. Also, too bad the option for cable box use does not work in Canada. Overall great new featues though.

  • from Brampton, ON
  • Dec 21, 2013
4.0

Solid Start for New Generation

I'm an XBOX loyalist, so while I do like the console, I have to qualify that it still needs some work. Positives first, voice commands with kinect is simply amazing, the first games I have are solid experiences. I think the dashboard needs some work, the new way they handle the party and friends list takes some getting used to.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 18, 2013
5.0

So Star Trek

There is something so Star Trek about saying "Xbox Pause" when watching Netflix... go get some cookies and milk, come back and.... "Xbox Play" it's just priceless.

  • from Brampton, ON
  • Dec 17, 2013
4.0

Has potential

The Xbox One is made for the future. Though, not as powerful as the PS4. The triple OS works really well when multitasking and will only get better over time. The kentect has also impressed me quite a bit. The voice commands work really well, bit my not be for everyone. The lack of the as much 1080p games as PS4, my be a bother for those with tv 42" and up. All in all the X1/Xbone is a nice entertainment console to have.

  • from Woodbridge, ON
  • Dec 16, 2013
5.0

Works great.

Does everything I need it to.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 16, 2013
1.0

Complete waste of money

Microsoft locks the Netflix app and all other multimedia goodies unless you pay they an extra monthly fee... So basically Microsoft is cashing in on the media from netflix without doing anything at all... Good grief money for the console isn't enough money?

  • from Hamilton, ON
  • Dec 13, 2013
5.0

Xbox Won

The Xbox One console is awesome. The console is a decent size, it is a bit wider and a bit longer than the 360. Your console comes with the Kinect which works 95% of the time. You can control the entire User interface with your voice commands. The User interface uses apps right now and they work well but there are some instances which are not user friendly like parties. When you start or join a party you must hit a button or say the command to turn on party chat even though your in the party already. It runs very quietly and cool. It looks great and can be integrated to control you TV as a remote. For instance "Xbox volume up" will increase the volume on your TV. Games look great and play smoothly on it Dead Rising 3 is a blast. In addition to achievements there are now timed challenges and you get some rewards like gamer pics and in game items for completing them. It is definitely the next gen system to get

  • from Leslieville, AB
  • Dec 13, 2013
5.0

loving it

It's great. Way faster then the 360. I love how the xbox one and 360 are connected u can easily communicate with someone on the 360. The graphics are great. I've played on both the ps4 and one and I'm much happier with the one greater speed and equal graphics

  • from Oakville, ON
  • Dec 12, 2013
5.0

It's from the future

I've been really Impressed with the Xbox One so far. Setup was quick and easy, it recognized my Sony 55EX720 and Pioneer VSX822 immediately along with the Bell FibeTV box, so I was up and running in no time. What really strikes me as different from both last gen is the speed of everything. Voice commands, face recognition, app/game/tv switching is so fast it's almost instantaneous. Games: Killer Instinct is a must play since you get one character for free Assassins Creed 4 is one of the best games out now, and don't forget to download the free companion app for your tablet! This is where things really feel futuristic. Forza 5 is a must own. Such a beautiful game. Call of Duty Ghosts looks and plays amazing, especially with the newly designed thumb sticks. Way more accurate, but it takes some getting used to. Great companion app here too. Battlefield 4. My fave game on the system right now. Dice has been having some problems but it plays great for me. 64 players plus companion app and commander mode. Another game from the future. Ryse, son of Rome is basically a fighting game set in a story during the fall of Rome. Worth a try, you might like it once you get where it's coming from. Dead Rising 3... Zombies! What more do you need? How about more zombies? The number of zombies on screen is truly next gen. Can't wait for TitanFall. The true next get system selling game. If you don't buy Xbox One now, you'll want one in March for sure. Both next gen systems are great, but I really think the Xbox One is the most future thinking console ever.

  • from Montréal, QC
  • Dec 12, 2013
5.0

360 all over again

Love it!!! Microsoft has brought that same child feeling I once had with the 360 out of me! It's been so long that I've experienced that new gen feeling. The xbox is beautiful! Graphics are absolutely gorgeous. Had it up and running in no time!

  • from Montréal, QC
  • Dec 09, 2013
5.0

Xbox One rocks

I purchased the xbox one and it really is the best console for what your paying, the smooth UI, fast load times, effortless switching between apps. if your looking to buy the next gen console, the xbox one is your choice!

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 09, 2013
1.0

I dont like

Its graphics are not as good as ps3, in comparison its the weaker system.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 09, 2013
5.0

Great console

I love being able to jump in and out of games and apps instantly, the Kinect voice is not always spot on but when it works it's a great feature. The PS4 is a great console also but right now Xbone has a better offering.

  • from Waterloo, ON
  • Dec 09, 2013
4.0

I'm satisfied

I'm actually very pleased with the unit so far. The launch games have kept me sufficiently busy in my spare time. I still have a few to check out, but all I've played so far look very good and play very well (lots of fun). Voice commands are improved from 360 Kinect. Snapping is nice and switching is really nice and easy. Blu-ray play back remembered where I was on a Blu-ray and picked up even between having a game disk in the drive. I notice a lot less lag issues playing COD over the 360 games: COD: BO2 & Halo 4. Now lets get into the negatives I've found so far: It could use some more apps, some of the apps are a bit light on options. I don't find it easy to mute or give feed back on other players. The enhanced TV guide doesn't work with Canadian providers. The menu has the odd pit fall where you get stuck. I also think there could be a memory leak or thread sleep issue over long periods of on time with lots of app switching; noticed a slow down the other day. These last 2 are easily fixed by a restart of the system. I have no doubt MS will fix most of these in the next 3-4 months, but it and others are reason I knocked off a star. Only 1 because if I just play games the unit works really well.

  • from Sherwood Park, AB
  • Dec 08, 2013
5.0

Impressed

The more I use the Xbox One and get used to its features, the more I am impressed with it. I'm very happy I bought one!

  • from Kitchener, ON
  • Dec 08, 2013
5.0

Great entertainment system

As a gaming system it is fantastic. Next gen graphics are solid the contrler is natural in your hands and even the chat headset is comfortable on your head. As an entertainment system is unreal. I encourage everyone to use the connect and voice commands. Not only that, the HDMI pass through for TV is simply amazing. I can keep updated on the football game and battle enemies with friends on xbox live at the same time. This is some next level stuff. Some people say the price point is high but with financing options it made no differenceto me.

  • from Saskatoon, SK
  • Dec 08, 2013
4.0

Xbox one is my first one

Having no prior console to compare the xbox one to, i give it a rating of 4 for nice gameplay and full interactive feature. Voice commands are especially innovative but not having the one guide in canada is disappointing

  • from Lewisporte, NL
  • Dec 08, 2013
5.0

this system is awesome!!!!

Its a great system....i had the ps4 but it didn't work properly so I had to send it back...im very impressed with the new Kinect its works really well...voice commands work really well to and never had no problems at all with setting everything up....and the graphics on this thing is amazing...Xbox rules!!!!

  • from Lewisporte, NL
  • Dec 08, 2013
5.0

this system is awesome!!!!

Its a great system....i had the ps4 but it didn't work properly so I had to send it back...im very impressed with the new Kinect its works really well...voice commands work really well to and never had no problems at all with setting everything up....and the graphics on this thing is amazing...Xbox rules!!!!

  • from Tilbury, ON
  • Dec 08, 2013
5.0

Xbox One

My son loves this console. Too bad more of his friends don't have one. Still playing Xbox 360 to play with them.

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Dec 07, 2013
5.0

Xbox One

its a great console, just wish we could play old 360 games on it! Call of Duty Ghosts and Battlefield 4 look much better on this console.

  • from Montréal, QC
  • Dec 07, 2013
5.0

Awesome console

I bought both consoles, the PS4 UI was sluggish(laggy) and cluttered, the controller was very akward with the trackpad now the xbox one, was really quick to boot up, the UI was smooth and the controller was very comfortable. I returned the PS4 because its not anywhere near the xbox one. If your looking for a smooth experience i would recommend the xbox one.

  • from Maple Ridge, BC
  • Dec 07, 2013
5.0

No regrets

I've been blown away since day one. Being able to be playing a game and instantly go back to the dashboard and right back or watch TV on the side while playing Forza5 are great innovations. Got my console on launch and no problems, just a lot of fun!

  • from Surrey, BC
  • Dec 07, 2013
5.0

Good times

I am thoroughly enjoying my Xbox one.

  • from Fort Mcmurray, AB
  • Dec 07, 2013
5.0

Does what it says it does

While I haven't been wowed by the console as of yet, I am excited for the future of the console. The solid voice commands are a little aggravating, but understandable. There is A LOT to learn about the console and how to use it, and I'm sure there will be many changes before I get comfortable with it. The graphics are amazing, the new controller is comfortable, the OEM headset is better than the x360's.

  • from Burnaby, BC
  • Dec 07, 2013
5.0

Great and will only get better

I like how the Xbox One interfaces with the cable box and TV - instant change over and the ability to snap TV to part of the picture. As with the Xbox 360, over the years improvements are sure to come to make it even better. I am really enjoying Ryse and Forza 5 a lot.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 07, 2013
4.0

Great Start

The xbox one is an impressive machine, with lots of great features and a strong launch lineup of software. The ability for the system to have multiple games/apps open and running at the same time is fantastic and impressive when you instantly switch between different programs. The kinect ID recognition and voice control works well, though the ability for the xbox to understand what I am saying is about 80-90%. The game DVR and its 30 seconds of constrant recording is very slick and a feature I thought I would never use, but i have found myself saying "xbox record" that, especiallly in battlefield when some crazy events happen. There are issues with games crashing, party chat is not working and some operating systems options that could be improved. But microsoft has a history of updating there Xbox OS and i am hoping they continue this with trend. I am excited to see where this machine is in a year or two as it is clearly built to be improved over the life of the console.

  • from North York, ON
  • Dec 07, 2013
4.0

Can only get better...

The XboxOne is a solid gaming machine for sure, and it's integration of things like Skype and TV throughput are cool features. Though it does seem like the actual platform is a bit incomplete, like most products, future updates will certain unlock and refine features that will surely make this more than just a capable gaming machine. Worth waiting to buy, but won't disappoint if you're a next gen junkie.

  • from Ottawa, Ontario
  • Dec 07, 2013
1.0

BROKE MY DISCS!

Put the disc in, came out scratched and messed up. The consoles also extremely loud while this happens, but otherwise is dead quiet. Wasted $$ on broken video games. Good thing I also have a PS4, much more reliable in my opinion.

  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Dec 06, 2013
1.0

xbox1 fails

Preordered one however does not have working oneguide as advertised in canada

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

Amazing

Amazing! Everything about it is amazing

  • from Burlington, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

Great system.

Great improvement on the 360

  • from Mississauga, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
2.0

Returned Xbox one after first week.

Kinect is just a big camera with microphone. UI is confusing. Everything requires gold membership. Design is ugly as hell. Takes extremely long time to install game. Hate it. Go for Ps4 this time.

  • from Mississauga, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

XBox Awesome

Xbox One is awesome. Graphics are beautiful, game play is smooth, and the controller has a great feel.

  • from Edmonton, Alberta
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

Microsoft, you've outdone yourself!

The Xbox One and all of its components, including the Kinect and new controller, are gorgeous. The flat black/liquid black theme is perfectly proportioned across each. The Kinect is a massive upgrade from its predecessor and boasts more intuitive and precise input. The Xbox One runs all of its programs and games flawlessly, the graphical capabilities are as or more impressive than the difference between the original Xbox and the 360. The operating system is fairly easy to navigate and redefines smoothness. The 360 controller was by far the superior in the last console race and it has only been improved upon, veteran gamers and noobs alike will love it. What really makes the system are the huge possibilities the cloud introduces and the stellar game line up. As I have played both the Xbox One and the PS4, I must admit that Sony has narrowed the gap on the controller aspect of the battle, but that the Xbox One dominates in launch titles, appearance, controllers, performance and runs cross platform games better than its Sony counterpart. Another win for Microsoft.

  • from Aurora, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
3.0

So so

I have both, the PS4 and the XBOX1 as well as XBOX 360 and PS3. The feedback is based on my perception and it may be objective. So, here we go: - The unit looks OK however not as slick nor light as PS4 - Controller in hands feels great - Feels almost as fast as PS4 - Long startup time from off state - I don't know about others, however the user interface is a killer for me. I was not able to figure out the logic of those Windows tiles - ever. If I need to find something I have to start searching. I hope that just sending commands to Kinect instead is a breeze, however had no chance to try it yet - Does not work with Blu-Ray movies out of the box. Need to download free app. Once that's done, BD interface looks nice - Need to pay for Skype service - Forza 5 looks and plays amazing - If you don't need it, stick with XBOX360

  • from Vancouver, BC
  • Dec 06, 2013
3.0

Xbox One Review

Well, Im a huge Xbox Fan. Xbox to Xbox 360 was leaps and bound to technology advancement. Xbox One is a big jump as well. However, the new OS is not user friendly. In my opinion. The Xbox party chat was the best part of the Xbox 360. Chat and jumping into friends games, sharing games, etc was easy, quick and fun. The new OS is VERY difficult to navigate and is not party friendly. If they dont fix the party chat in this game. There is ZERO point in keeping the Xbox. The voice recognition is hit or miss. Because of the Voice and Party Chat problem. I dont see it deserving a 4/5. This is a 3.5/5 rating for me.

  • from Grande Prairie, AB
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

It's best bro, it's best

With the technology in place here, simply the most innovative entertainment equipment I have ever used. Microsoft has acknowledged that the interface is not the best it could be, and this will be improved just like the 360 had changed. Kinect is more of a centerpiece to the console instead of an added accessory and much improved from the first, and not as invasive as people are worried about. Console is perfect. If you are worried about the ~1% failure rate, dont but this or a PS4. Should you have issues, both companies are more than willing to help out those unfortunate to have the defective consoles. Xbox One sits above the 360 in several ways. If you are worried about visuals and how they are not "that much better" than the 360, you have to remember that the consoles and developers have to take time to mingle with one another until they can fully utilize the potential. Compare the 2005 Need for speed most wanted xbox 360 launch title to the 2013 remake for example. Both run on the same console and look completely different in terms of visual performance. Bottom line, this console will be the most impressive piece of hardware you have ever laid your hands on and you will not be disaapointed in any way.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
1.0

Very bad

Just so bad

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

Great Job Microsoft

Got The One a week ago, ITS AMAZING. The graphics are just as good as the PS4 and I'm loving the new controller. THANK YOU MICROSOFT!

  • from London, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
3.0

Xbox One

I love the box and the Kinect. It is fascinating to see how it follows you around the room when you are on Skype or playing games. Unfortunately, it is not Canadian ready. Apparently, Microsoft has not signed an agreement with Rogers or Bell to permit use of their guides. In addition, it does not recognize your zip code or give you an opportunity to say you are in Canada. You have to say you are in the U.S., which creates problems as above. I hope the box will be made Canada friendly soon. I can then use voice commands to turn all my equipment on and off, which is kind of a rush.

  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

Great job

As a follow up to the 360 this is great. I'm 3 weeks in and I absolutely love it. The games look nice. Unfortunately with every hardware launch the games run out fast, but this is where Microsoft nailed it. The media features are unrivaled by anything on the market today. I have used my X1 more in three weeks than I have used my 360, ps3, ps4 and Wii u combined this year. This really is one box that does everything.

  • from Burlington, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

Fantastic

The Xbox One is the perfect successor to the Xbox 360. Unlike previous generations and another console, the X1 isn't just a jump in graphics performance. The whole system has been designed around the philosophy that powerful machines can do more than just game, and that's what the X1 offers. Rich, beautiful looking games and a new way to interact with your console. There is nothing more satisfying than walking into your room and saying "Xbox, On" and having your console, TV and receiver turn on, and the walking in front of the console and automatically signing you in. So often now I have walked in after a day of school and said "Xbox, On - Play Music" and have my favourite songs start playing. Even with music or sound coming from the speakers, the console cancles it out and still listens to my commands near flawless, with the rare repeat of the command. If you don't want to use the voice commands the console still functions great. Plus games start exactly where you left them. No waiting for logos or loading; the exact second where you left the game is the exact same spot you go back to when you then on the console. Using the Xbox One SmartGlass app on your phone or tablet is a great alterneatve to a control as well. It works at a remote control and a second screen for information. You can launch apps without touching a controller. You can even push multimedia content right from your phone to your console. The Xbox One truly is a multimedia power house that games like it was designed to but does so much more. And as system updates come out, it can only do more and more.

  • from Cambridge, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
4.0

A great experience but still feeling like a pionee

So far I really like the console, the games selection is sorely lacking and I'm relying on Call of Duty to keep me entertained. But the console is pretty good. The Kinect sensor is a huge step forward and I am always disappointed when I can't use voice commands on all my electronics now. The Xbox On and xbox select and all other functions are just awesome, it's automatic sign in just by looking at you and knows who is holding which controller! The Controller is perfection that has gone an extra step, I loved the 360 controller and I love this one even more! Fits great in the hands, is light, and batteries last forever in it. Speaking to the pioneering side of things, there is a bunch of changes in the OS from the 360 to now and not always in the best way I think. A couple little bugs to be ironed out and maybe some UI changes could be better handled. That mostly will come down to getting used to the system. But the complaints there and all with software and can be fixed with a good old software update.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013
5.0

Excellent

Lives up to all the hype. best console on the market for any family.

  • from St-Lazare, QC
  • Dec 06, 2013
4.0

Great except...

Got both consoles. They are both excellent with each their strengths and weaknesses. Price point's almost the same if you get the PS Eye to have matching hardware. They both have excellent games and exclusives, gorgeous graphics and nice community options. I woulda give this one a 5 star as well, but the one thing that REALLY upsets me about the XB1 is the fact that the controllers STILL don't come with a rechargeable battery like the PS3/PS4 controllers. So you gotta fork over more dough for a play & charge kit. Seriously? Otherwise, a great buy.