The biggest names in technology and entertainment, Microsoft and Sony, have released their latest gaming consoles: the Xbox One and PS4.
Retailing for $500, the Xbox One measures 13.5 x 10.4 x 3.2 inches and comes with a Kinect sensor. The lighter and more compact PS4 is priced at $400, but does not include the PlayStation camera, which is a must for users to truly enjoy the PS4 experience.
Equipped with an 8GB RAM and storage of up to 500 GB, both have almost the same hardware specifications. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Ethernet and an optical output that comes with a USB3.0. The PS4, however, comes with an additional Bluetooth 2.1 feature, which is not available in the Xbox One.
Xbox One controllers have been modified to include a redesigned D pad, a thumb stick and impulse triggers for better response. PS4's DualShock 4 controllers include a move for motion control, which is built into the console together with a track pad.
As for games, PS4 has titles such as "Blacklight Retribution," "Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn," and "Daylight" while Xbox One has "Below," "Crimson Dragon," "D4," "Dead Rising 3," "Halo," and "Killer Instinct" in its roster. Hard core gamers can play "The Crew," "Destiny," "Assassin's Creed Unity," and "Dragon Age Inquisition" on both consoles.
So which one goes to the gaming room? You decide.
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