IGN - "After months of checking out the Xbox One from behind a pane of glass, we finally got to cradle one in our hands. Get our thoughts, here."
Wow. That's big!!!
Which is completely opposite from what was said in this video
really? because not once did i hear him say its small in anyway or even its smaller when u actually hold it. he said its 'not massive' which is different from 'not big' IMO its pretty big compared to ps4 but I suppose thats me comparing it to the size of current gen consoles that have had thier redesign. so as he says in the vid, guess it looks 'normal' lol
This can be summed up easily. It's big, it's bulky, it's black, and it comes with a spy camera. There ya go. Move on.
Incredible sleek and gorgeous console.
@hurtfultimez 1:30 Yeah, hurtful times indeed! As some reviews of it so far as claimed that it seems big, but until you actually see up close and handle it, it's not as big and quite normal and sleek.
The look is very solid and well designed to fit in with the majority of other home A/V equipment. just dont block the vents...lol
too beaucoup, too beaucoup
Big and ugly... looks like a VCR player from the 80's
Nobody had a problem with the size of the Ps3.
@count because the ps3 actually looked different to a set top box. xbox made there design to look like a set top to blend in with other devices under th tv. so when xbone (sorry Major Nelson im too used to calling it that now) is compared to a set top box it looks huge compared to other set-top boxes. my only gripe is that its horizonal standing only
Your just a hater, I was too young to own a VCR in the 80's. Now I can feel redemption when I get my X1.... will be the same width as my other components, finally some consistency. Sick of everything being and different size and shape under my TV!! Wish they all came the same way....
It is big with big vent and a power brick because it needs to extract heat from 2 GPUs. :D
Said it's about the same size as the GS4
Doesn't look _that_ big to me. I say this as far as initial products that have not seen miniaturization over time.
The guy is tiny. here's size comparison. http://cdn2.ubergizmo.com/w... It's smaller than original ps3
its taller than the original ps3 not thicker but almost as thick and you cant have the ONE vertical has to lay horizontal plus the original ps3 had hardware for BC with all ps2 games the xbox one does not
I thought people didn't care about the box just 4-5 months ago? All of a sudden, they now do! Good thing Xbox One has plenty of quality AAA games then!!!
Looks good to me can't wait to get my one maybe ps4 next year
Too big for next gen console...
He called the controller connect button (0:49) the power button! video fail
lol failed journalism what else is new. ot: this thing is huge!
Its technically correct when you consider many hold the center button to turn their console on or off rather than hitting the button on the console itself. I know thats generally the only thing I use that button for lol.
Oooh that looks good in that video. I'm warming to the design more and more as time goes on. As for size. Doesn't matter too much as its going to sit where my fat PS3 does now in my TV unit and then never move and its still smaller than my original SKY HD box. It really isnt that huge if you think in terms of launch 360 or a generic cable/Sat box. The monster fan within will spin slow and quiet yet shift a lot of air through that case. One thing I noticed. That X1 he has one more port on its rear than the cases shown at E3. Must be a dev debug unit. look at the video 1.16 http://cdn4.mos.techradar.f...
"One thing I noticed. That X1 he has one more port on its rear than the cases shown at E3. Must be a dev debug unit." I have been wondering for weeks what that extra port is used for? I didn't know it was related to a dev debug unit.
Who cares how big it is as long as it doesn't RRD. If making it bigger makes it flow better, then who cares? I mean gaming PC's can be massive and no one cares lol.
Funny thing on this video, he is comparing the weight of the XBONE, kinect2.0, and controller display model from an actual retail xbox360...XBONE has nothing inside it for sure..
Who cares about the size? Remember how big a first gen 360 was or a first gen Ps3? In a few years a smaller version will come out. That's how technology works. Besides the games are what's important to me. Size is irrelevant.
PlayStation trolls move fast
Wow off topic for posting a leaked hands on video about the X1 ridiculous. http://m.gamespot.com/news/... On topic it looks big there you go satisfied.
Cleaning rant on - what worries me is the vent on top, I mean when I see how fast my comptuer sucks dust in with only rear vents this console will prolly be full of it in no time, and the design of the vent seems to make it even more difficult to dust it. - cleaning rant off.
Why didn't he mention the big ugly power brick hanging out the back of it?
Does it take betamax or VHS ? I just hope it's as reliable as it is big and heavy. It looks quite sexy actually. omg the webcam is massive. I don't want a huge webcam balanced on top of it . I'll wait until the kinectless bundle comes out.
Its not big? Clearly been paid to say that BS right there.. As a 360 owner, id like to think the consoles should get SMALLER, not the opposite. Ps4 did this right, another reason I'm switching to Sony next gen.
Those words must hurt the two people who disagreed with you. I agree though that it seems as we go into next gen it would seem consoles would be slimmer than there previous counterpart.
Soon it will be mine :-)
again he didn't show the power brick... is it so big and heavy they need to hide it from public? :D
You mean there is a power brick ? separate ?! as well as the huge compulsory web cam thing? I suppose it will keep the main box cooler. Jesus
Actually much nicer than you first think. Not sure I'd like a slim version to be honest as this big beast reminds me of the first xbox
Wish someone would post what that label says on the top of the Xbone.
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