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Summary:

The Xbox One promises to combine state-of-the-art video gaming with live TV and streaming apps. Check out or hands-on video for a closer look at the device’s entertainment offerings.

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Microsoft’s new Xbox One comes with big ambitions for the living room, integrating live TV with game play and entertainment apps. Check out this video for a first look at the Xbox One as a media device.

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Are you going to buy an Xbox One? If so, how important is that live TV integration for you? or are you sticking with the Xbox 360, or maybe even buying a PS4? Tell us all about it in the comments below, get in touch with us on Twitter (@cordcutters) or email us at cordcutters @ gigaom.com. Also, please check out our Google+ Cord Cutters community!

  1. ohh Nice xbox one as a media device is cool

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  2. Great informative review and really funny too. I must admit I sometimes take a while to tune into your accent too. Keep up the good work

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  3. I’m going with the PS4: $100 less, more powerful hardware, free online gaming, and continued access to some of my favorite exclusive studios’ (Naughty Dog and Quanitc Dream) games.

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    1. I don’t live I the USA, so no streaming services, no media apps, no cable, and it won’t use anything from the old xbox, no games, no credits, no contollers, I may as well her the PS4 instead.

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  4. Wish I could watch live TV without a cable box. Then I would consider purchasing. Only an antenna here…

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    1. I use the homeworx hw-150pvr to get an hdmi pass through for the xbox. Works rather well.

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  5. I can’t figure out how to stream movies from my server to the xbox one? any advice?

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