XBox 360 To Be Digital Entertainment Hub

Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox gaming console will be more of a digital entertainment hub than its predecessor, making it even more of a PC hybrid than ever. The console, code-named Xenon, is due to be previewed in an MTV half-hour special later this month would be evolving to include improved communications tools for making multiplayer online gaming more convivial. Xenon’s software menu would be similar to that of the company’s Media Center edition of Windows, which is designed for computers meant to be located in the living room. Video game players want to be able to chat with their buddies, know when others are present online, and will want to access their music and photos on their consoles in an interface already familiar to them.


Microsoft’s next-generation Xbox gaming console will be more of a digital entertainment hub than its predecessor, making it even more of a PC hybrid than ever. The console, code-named Xenon, is due to be previewed in an MTV half-hour special later this month would be evolving to include improved communications tools for making multiplayer online gaming more convivial. Xenon’s software menu would be similar to that of the company’s Media Center edition of Windows, which is designed for computers meant to be located in the living room. Video game players want to be able to chat with their buddies, know when others are present online, and will want to access their music and photos on their consoles in an interface already familiar to them.

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