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Xbox One Teardown: Yet Another PC in Game Clothing

11/29/2013 00:00 AM EST
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As compared to Sony, Microsoft is using only one Network Chip
Kinnar   11/30/2013 6:52:44 AM
Again Marvel is lucky to get placed for serving Networking functionalities in XBox, but as compared to Sony Playstation, Xbox is using only one Network Chip, it seems that the network software stack might be efficiently able to cater the XBox controller and Wireless Communication with the Internet.

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Yes It is nothing but a PC
Kinnar   11/30/2013 6:25:46 AM
This device is nothing but at PC, a PC has all the interfaces listed with this game box, ultimately it is an additional PC in the home, Sony and Microsoft should think in the direction of reducing the hardware in home, by enabling multiple usage of a device, we will be waiting for an emulator to use the gamebox as a PC.

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