The lights are on
What's a next-gen console
war if not a chest-puffing match? Here's a quick look at the tech specs of the newly
announced Xbox One from Microsoft and Sony's PlayStation 4 as we currently know
Keep in mind that there
is a lot of stuff we don't know yet about either system, and that specs are
just one facet of the story.
For more on today's
reveal of the Xbox One, take a look at our Hub story.
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both seem almost equal in almost everyway besides preferences between Sony and Microsoft.
i want a ps4 my father a xbox one :(
Well, now that the storm between Sony fans and Microsoft fans have calmed, the only question for both companies now is will Sony deliver on their PS4 proposed promises, and can Microsoft redeem themselves after todays horrible backlash. Well my friends, we will find out at the E3 convention.
So.. which console is faster and which one has a better resoloution i dont know *** about ***
Both seem just about the same.
They need to tell us more about the GPU's. These are modern video-game systems and the GPU's are one of the most important parts! This is probably the deciding factor between the two as well, considering they both have 8 core processors and 8 GB of RAM.
I find it odd that they mention the manufacturer, but not the memory size, whether or not it's on-board or shared system memory, the memory interface (128-bit? 256-bit?) or the clock speed of the graphics memory. I don't care about the manufacturer. That's completely useless to anyone who cares about graphics cards.
i bet majority of people looking at this post are saying they are basically the same
It seems like Msft is going to try in win by system features.
There's advantages here and there but both are neck and neck. What it boils down to me is exclusives and what my friends in real life are getting. For exclusives, I give that to Sony. Not saying that Microsoft doesn't have any good exclusives but I've always been more interested in those that Sony release then those from Microsoft. I was probably one of the few who was unhappy with Halo 4.
Plus majority of the friends I hang out in real life as well as online with consoles I know are mostly looking at PS4 so again that hooks me into getting the PS4 over Xbox One. Will I get an Xbox One, perhaps but after PS4. So for me PS4 wins.
The TV part of the Xbox One is not required if you don't want it so The xbox One can be mostly a gaming console if you want: