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According to the specs released by Microsoft, the Xbox One only supports ultra high resolution 4K video. However, that capability may extend to gaming at some point in the future.
In an interview with Forbes, corporate vice president of marketing and strategy Yusuf Mehdi clarified the point about 4K gaming on the Xbox One. “There’s no hardware restriction there at all,” says Mehdi. So, the question isn't necessarily whether the console can support 4K gaming, but whether developers will make games at that resolution.
On the other hand, the Xbox One doesn't support standard-definition in either gaming or video. According to the information released by Microsoft, the only device only has an HDMI output, which means that it won't connect to older televisions featuring only composite or component inputs. Technically, you could buy converters that make the connection possible, but if you're considering that, your money would probably be better spent on an HDTV.
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I think playing games in 4k means playing games upscaled to 4k. I don't think the gpu in that machine could natively render 4k... i could be wrong though
well except for gramps and grannies, i dont know a person who still own standard resolution tv or a tv without hdmi
Well, at least they broached the subject.
They said the same thing with the Xbox 360 about all the games running 1080p but that was a lie. PS3 and Xbox 360 just Upscale the games to 1080p
If you can't afford an HD television by now, there's more important things you should be worrying about rather than getting a new gaming console.
Well I'm just getting ps4 I got wii u I don't need another cable box already got one get it
Oh stupid, stupid M$.
not really suprising but kinda crummy for those that haven't switched