Microsoft has finally unveiled its new Xbox One console. Is it impressive enough? How well does it stack up against the Sony PlayStation 4 in terms of hardware? Read on to find out more.
With the hardware specifications for both the next generation consoles (we are leaving the Wii U out of this) revealed, let's cook up a comparison chart to see which one takes the lead in terms of features, processing power and other related fields.
|Feature||Xbox One||PlayStation 4|
|CPU||8-core, heavily customized AMD Jaguar CPU||1.6 GHz, 8-core AMD Jaguar based CPU|
|GPU||DX11.1 class GPU with 32 MB embedded ESRAM||AMD Radeon GCN based core, 1.84 Tera Flops processing power|
|RAM||8 GB of DDR3 RAM||8 GB of GDDR5 RAM, 176 GB/s bandwidth|
|Motion Sensing||Kinect 2.0 with 1080p camera, 250k pixels IR sensor||PlayStation Eye, dual camera lens, 1280*800(*2) resolution|
|Storage||500 GB non-removable HDD||TBA|
|Ports||USB 3.0||USB 3.0|
|Radio/Comms||Ethernet, 802.11n radios (3), Wi-Fi Direct||Ethernet, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 (EDR)|
|Controller||MS Xbox One, redesigned controller||Six-axis motion sensing controller, TouchPad, Share button|
|Audio/Video||HDMI, 1080p and 4K support, 7.1 surround||HDMI, 1080p and 4K support|
|Availabality||End of 2013||Holiday 2013|
Now that you've seen both console hardware specifications, which one would end up decorating your living room? Do leave your opinions in the comments below!