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Xbox One - Day One Edition

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Xbox One places you at the centre of the all-in-one entertainment experience. From the moment you say "Xbox on", this state of the art console will dramatically change the way you listen to music, play games, and watch movies and television.

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Included in the Xbox One - Day One Edition:

  • Xbox One console
  • Kinect Sensor
  • Day One Limited Edition Packaging and Decal
  • Commemorative Controller
  • Exclusive Day One Achievement Code
  • HDMI cable
Other features:
  • Initial online setup and games - in addition to some features - require a broadband Internet connection (ISP fees apply) and an Xbox Live account
  • Trade-in, rent, and share disc-based games with ease and without limitation
  • Innovative voice activated command system lets you control Xbox One just by speaking
  • Universal gesture system lets you direct Xbox One with the sweep of your hand
  • Intuitive Xbox One Home Screen remembers everything you're doing and gets rid of the need to manually log in
  • Snap Mode lets you display other screens simultaneously
  • Voice activated Switch mode lets you easily transfer between applications just by speaking
  • Experience the next generation of adrenaline charged, high intensity Xbox One games
  • Xbox One Favourites lets you follow all your favourite TV shows, while Xbox One Guide displays local TV listings and lets you choose programs just by speaking
  • Advanced TV hardware required
  • Exclusive Xbox One sports content lets you watch live events, update your fantasy league standings, and Skype with your friends, all at the same time
  • Additional Internet speed, subscriptions, and/or requirements apply for some features, to which you must accept Xbox Terms of Use and limited warranty
  • Features and requirements may change

Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)

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1.0
  • from Toronto
  • Jul 15, 2014

Bad

Don't waste your money.

5.0
  • from Ottawa, ON
  • Dec 20, 2013

Impressed!

Very easy to setup/integrate into my existing configuration. The Kinect is also able to turn on/off my home theatre and TV. A few features are sill marked as in "beta" (DTS) but are supposed to be updated through software in the near term. I do like the relatively low power consumption when in various modes. Sucks that XB1 has only one HDMI in port and that the Kinect cable is 9ft (with currently no extension available.) Overall I'm very happy with the purchase and looking forward to the updates that are supposed to bring more features online.

4.0
  • from Wolfville, NS
  • Dec 16, 2013

Still Early

I bought the Xbox One because it came with more than the PS4, and I had both the 360 and PS3, I traded in the PS3 because I never played it other than Blue-ray movies, I loved my 360. I really like the X-1, but the lack of really varied titles is kinda terrible, and the Kinect is a bit on the Fussy side, even though it was claimed to be smarter than the original and wouldn't require your entire living room to be useful, but I set it up in my bedroom, "where all my Gamer goodness is" , and it keeps telling me it must be ablr to see my floor?, I go through the set up and keep tweaking the settings but it just keeps on not functioning? The voice commends are Okay, but still take everyone around you by surprise when you yell a game command out "Dead Rising 3". Over all it is a great system, but can't wait for more substantial franchises to come out.

5.0
  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Dec 14, 2013

that is the next generation!

Beautiful controllers, console. Powerful system and kinect 2.0. And lots of epic games. I am really look forward to Halo 5, Titan Fall, Gears of war and Fable and so on...

4.0
  • from Cornwall, ON
  • Dec 11, 2013

perfect

We love it

5.0
  • from Grimsby, ON
  • Dec 10, 2013

Loving Gaming All Over Again!

Got mine on day one as a pre-order and well packaged and easy to setup. Up and running in a few minutes and doing the system update in all of about 10 minutes. Was loading up my first game to copy to the unit and it was quick and played Forza most of the day!

4.0
  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 10, 2013

Fantastic for a Day One Release Console

Most of the 4-5 star reviews are accurate. This console is fantastic for a DAY ONE release. It works well and has no bugs other than undeveloped interface pieces, which is understandable for a day one release. There is much work to do on the GUI (interface) of the console... Xbox 360 was perfectly polished... but was not built in a day. The same goes for Xbox One. The features are neat and provide a lot of promise going forward. I am very happy with my purchase. I am not saying this is better or worse than PS4 (which I have not played)... but for what is expected for a next-gen day one release, Xbox One delivers.

5.0
  • from Red Deer, AB
  • Dec 08, 2013

No problems here!

Works flawlessly for me hooked up to wireless connection. Drive is OK all games and movies, and loading. I'm not 100% satisfied with the dashboard setup and what's included on it, BUT it's software! and you know updates are on the way.. so I'm sure there's improvements on the horizon. The Kinect seems to work very well compared to the old one. Voice and facial recognition are pretty impressive. I own both the Xbone and PS4 so not being biased here. I think the Xbone and the PS4 are very close in quality and playability, which is good because the competition is should result in price slashing and special offers... the way it should be.

4.0
  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Dec 08, 2013

great work in progress

I am really happy with my purchase thus far. I love the instant switching and the voice commands work great most of the time. Really disappointed with the hand recognition by the kinnect. Pretty useless feature. I like the web browser and the ability to navigate back and forth so quickly between aps, particularly to live tv. I am sure we will see many great features in the future. Good buy, particularly for anyone wanting a media centre for the tv.

3.0
  • from Vancouver, bc
  • Dec 08, 2013

Not worth $500.....yet

Xbox one isn't quite ready for prime time yet. Some features for tv don't work in Canada yet and the kinect is still gimmicky. When titanfall and halo 5 come out it will be a better buy. Especially if those games get bundled with the system.

5.0
  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Dec 08, 2013

Great console, disappointing release games.

I was previously running the original xbox 360 launch console (with an upgraded hard drive) so this was a huge improvement. Voice commands with the kinect work well, especially for watching tv, dont need to bother finding a controller. The face recognition for sign in is also pretty cool. They definitely did the software right, very quick switching between gaming and apps (tv, netflix, settings, etc), its awesome to just be able to pause your game and do something and then hop right back into it without having to save and the reload the game. The controllers are a bit different, more comfortable and apparently have some new features that hopefully some games make use of. Right now theres not a whole lot different other than being faster and having some cool features, but I feel like it has a lot of potential once some good games are released. The release games are a big let down for me (I mostly just play shooters), I have COD ghosts which is good but its also released on the 360, so I didn't expect anything really awesome from it. But overall the console is great, hopefully Titanfall and Destiny will show us what this thing can really do come spring time.

5.0
  • from Vancouver, BC
  • Dec 08, 2013

Xbox One and a new generation of gaming

Xbox One is the next generation in gaming, and heres what I think of the system. First thing i'd like to get out of the way is Kinect, as I know in the past more core Xbox gamers think it's a waist of money and time. And i'd agree with you regarding Kinect for Xbox 360. But Kinect for Xbox One is a whole new ball game, and one that I find to actually benefit the system. Now before you jump to the conclusion that it's all about motion control, let me just say it totally is not. I've yet to do any motion control on my Kinect 2. What makes it so great are voice commands. Telling your Xbox to turn on or off. Or telling it to sign you in to Xbox live or launch an app or game. It makes navigating the new Xbox One dashboard and absolute delight. You can even have it use facial recognition to automatically sign you into your Xbox Live account. Now all that being said, if you are still against it or tried it and decide you'd like to turn it off you can do this. There are 2 way to shut off Kinect, one being in the options and the other is just unplug it. But personally I think you'll be making the dashboard a lot more work then it needs to be without that functionality. Next i'd like to quickly talk about the Xbox One's controller. Simply it's perfect! They took everything that made the Xbox 360 controller the best controller of last gen and improved it to make it a perfect. It feels better in your hands, the buttons and triggers all work much nicer. The joysticks are excellent, they feel very pro and have little to no dead spaces. And lastly the D-pad has been completely re-done. It's now a + D-pad and is very clicky. Exactly what most gamers have been wanting! Some other awesome new features are the removal of the protruded battery pack to a now flat back which makes it feel much better in the hands. And the impulse triggers, which give you recoil or whatever else depending on the game are also a very welcome addition. As for the Xbox One itself, it's pretty dead quiet. This is probably due to the fact that it uses a power brick instead of a built in power supply. Making it produce less internal heat. It has a slew of ports including an HDMI IN for people wanting to plug a TV box or heck even a PS4 into it. I personally don't use the HDMI in, but if you have a setup that lacks HDMI ports, this may be a good solution to hook up more gear. All in all I'm very pleased With the Xbox One and can't wait until we really get the ball rolling on next-gen next year. With exclusives like Titanfall, Halo, Gears of War, and many unannounced IP's it's looking like Microsoft is heavily investing in game. And in the end thats what it's all about.

5.0
  • from St. John's, NL
  • Dec 07, 2013

Edges Out PS4... barely...

I got both launch systems. PS4 is a beast, no doubt, a gaming system it is... but so is the Xbox One. The difference to me is all of the other magic moments with XBOne... voice control, HDMI passthough is sweet, jumping between game and TV or doing both at the same time is magical... everyone who has seen the two systems side by side in my home are by far more amazed and left wanting an Xbox one over the PS4. If you are just about the games go with the system that has the exclusives you want... if you want to transform your living into something far more amazing than you've seen before... get your Xbox One.

5.0
  • from Vancouver, BC
  • Dec 07, 2013

GREAT SYSTEM

I am not a fanboy and owned all three systems last gen and plan to this gen as well. I decided to go with the Xbox one first this time because I thought they had the better launch lineup. I am really enjoying my time with the Xbox one. I really like the UI and the voice commands work really well. The graphics in the games are amazing! You will not be dissapointed with a purcahse of the Xbox one.

5.0
  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 07, 2013

Great purchase

I had a PS3 and decided to go XBOX this time. Let me just say that I'm quite impressed! The XBOX One is not only a great gaming system but also an entertainment hub.

5.0
  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 06, 2013

Love the expanded Entertainment features

Received this on Day one and have not had a bad thing to say about it. Games have run great with no issue, entertainment features and fast switching are great, especially with a newborn baby and not having to always reach for the remote for netflix.

5.0
  • from Calgary, AB
  • Dec 06, 2013

Great Entertainment Device

I love my Xbox One. The voice control is great, and loading time has been reduced significantly over the 360. While there aren't that many games out yet, I am super excited for a lot of the titles that have been announced (Titanfall, anyone?). Graphics are amazing, the Kinect features actually work, and the BluRay is nice too. I would recommend the Xbox One to anyone who uses a TV, even if they aren't gamers. Even my mom wants one after I showed her how easy it was to use!

5.0
  • from North Bay, ON
  • Dec 05, 2013

Great console, really!

Pros: Voice commands do just about everything for you, if you aren't playing a game; Kinect is much improved and very snappy, Blu-Ray drive included into this generation is much welcome, TV app / HDMI passthrough (I love this feature), refined controller, headset is great, the fact that this console sports an x86 APU I am very happy about, a Store to get apps from, app Snapping which is seriously cool multitasking! Cons: GUI needs some improving as to where items are located, internal HDD isn't swappable unless you are willing to void warranty (doesn't mean you can't use an external drive!). Overall, I'm pleased with this console and I can't see why there's as much negativity as there is for it. As Doge says: Much improve, such gloss, wow!

4.0
  • from Edmonton, AB
  • Dec 05, 2013

Will need improvement

I probably won't mention much more than anyone else has but this console will need some work. The TV Guide option needs to work in Canada. I don't know why the programmers couldn't have this ready for launch. I'm not sure who would be responsible for games, Microsoft or the publisher, but the Battlefield 4 experience has been riddled with issues from crashing to losing all the data associated with the game. This unit has plenty of promise though. The voice commands work for the most part and the automatic sign-in is flawless.

5.0
  • from Sturgeon Falls, ON
  • Dec 04, 2013

Great system!

Really loving this Xbox One very happy camper! Fast, quiet, and cool games can't ask for much more. The future is bright with some great upcoming games and although the system isn't small its well built and feels premium. Controller is fantastic and the kinect for voice commands works surprisingly well and I use it a lot. Highly recommended :)

5.0
  • from Halifax, NS
  • Dec 04, 2013

Best console ever made

Impressive improvement on the 360. Xbox One is a purchase nobody will regret.

4.0
  • from Brandon, MB
  • Dec 03, 2013

Great potential with a few launch issues

360 owner for 5 years and I pre-ordered this console. I gotta say this console is an improvement over the 360 in every way except a few minor gripes. I would like the ability to review my recent players. I use my system for NHL ganecenter which is suprisingly missing from the Xbox One app store. This system runs your game even though you go to the dashboard. You can pop up your game very fast because it never actually shuts it down. Great system overall. We will see awesome improvements to this system over the lifespan I cant wait to see what is in store.

5.0
  • from ON
  • Dec 01, 2013

Solid

Works great, no problems at all. Hooked up the cable box to go through it, which makes it easy to switch between games/tv. You can even snap TV into a smaller window so you can do both. It also switches on/off my receiver and tv when you turn the console on/off. Much easier for people to work my setup here, not having to use different remotes.

4.0
  • from Mississauga, ON
  • Nov 30, 2013

Problem Free

I read far too many problem posts etc regarding the Xbox One, so I was a little worried it wouldn't work when I got it. I plugged my ethernet cable straight into the console to remove the possibility of any wireless issues. My bro tells me he had some small wireless issues when setting up... Everything installed and went ahead problem free. Installed a few apps, and COD Ghosts. Everything was smooth for me. I was quite pleased. COD looks great, everything runs fast. There are some functions not implemented yet, like the tv guide for Canada so its missing some of its selling points thus far. The lack of surround sound headset support is uncool as well. However, you can still use your headset in stereo mode. Some mics wont work, and in those cases you'll need to be using the kinect for voice. It grosses me out to see so many 1 ratings. I would tend to think its a small number of people, even maybe a small group of friends, who're wracked with an insolvent immaturity, have taken themselves to be benevolent idols, so important to the rest of us that even their sweaty, bumbling, unwashed and soft finger strokes on that 1 button cannot be ignored. You wont be regret this sweet machine, just as i assume you wouldn't regret the PS4! Whats your poison?

5.0
  • from Ontario
  • Nov 29, 2013

Amazing

This gaming console sets the bar higher then the PS4 in next gen gaming war! The new Kinect 2.0 puts the previous Kinect to shame. I actually like it this time, shocking, fun to use! Voice commands work great, and easy to use, and become addictive. Ryse Son of Rome puts all PS4 games to shame, graphics and game play are on another level!

5.0
  • from Regina, SK
  • Nov 29, 2013

Xbox One

Pre-ordered after selling my 360.... Great console. Tremedous improvements on the controller. Crisp clean feel, Seemless cap over the screws. Battery pack is within the controller. Great rumble. Great feel in game. Trigger movements are smooth. System requires update, but after that you are good to go. No issues like others on here. No drive issues, grinding. DLC can be scanned by the kinect, voice programs and features make loading quick and controller free if you want.

5.0
  • from Brandon, MB
  • Nov 25, 2013

amazing

got it on day day one and works much better than my ps4 that melted down after playing cod for 6 hours.. and the new kinect 2.0 works much better follows all my movements and listens to what i tell it.

1.0
  • from winnipeg
  • Nov 24, 2013

ugh

Disc drive making grinding noise, and it emits a strange sound when running. Almost like a screeching

5.0
  • from Guelph, ON
  • Nov 23, 2013

Love it!!

So far, I'm loving my xbox one. No problems, no strange noises, the new UI is fast and easy to work with, switching between games and apps so quickly and easy is awesome, Games look great and I look forward to what the future holds

4.0
  • from Mississauga, ON
  • Nov 22, 2013

Great System

A friend of mine was lucky to get an Xbox One on the 20th and we both had some time to sit down with it. The system is a lot bigger than other hardware you may have in your living room. Also, make sure to make space for the "power brick" as this is not internal. The design of the Xbox One, however big, still is a very nice clean design that will look sharp in every living room. The controller is great. Anyone that has used a Xbox 360 controller will feel right at home. The response on the thumb sticks may seem more sensative than before, but it is easy to adjust. Playing games like Forza and having the rumble feature in the triggers is a great addition, one I know gamers will love. I just hope more games in the future take this feature and expand on it. The launch titles, Dead Rising, Call of Duty, and Forza are all good titles. There are other selections such as battlefield, Ryse, and Killer instinct. The library is varied and there is something for everyone. The camera feature is the Xbox One's greatest selling point, if you indeed want this feature. The camera is near perfect with voice recognition, but will still have trouble listening to multiple people and static background noise. You can tell the Xbox to "stop listening" which can help with these issues. Xbox streaming is unavailable at launch and I am very disappointed with this. I really wanted to do some Twitch streaming with the 1080P camera. As well, some Canadian cable boxes are not supported for the Xbox One as of yet! Unlike the American providers, not all Canadian providers have jumped on board just yet. So beware if this was a huge feature for you!! Overall a great system and I have had a lot of enjoyment with it. If the camera is a big selling point for you then the system is well worth it. If you feel the camera is just a gimmick, then you should take a good look at the Playstation 4.

5.0
  • from North Bay, ON
  • Nov 22, 2013

Wooooooooo Hoooooooooo

After the patch download, approx 15-25 min, (500 mb) the system rebooted twice, because it was suppose to, and has worked without a hitch. No issues what so ever. Some people have had issues with blue ray disc drive noise and failure up to total system malfunction. I had no such issues, the voice command system even works amazingly well. Recognizes me and my son instantly. Installed Assassins Creed 4, and Call of Duty Ghosts so far, long initial load times (each requires a parch download) but after loading you can shut off the console and then start the game up almost instantly again if it was what last played. Switching to another game takes a while for the new game to load into memory, (a minute or so). So far I'm really I'm really impressed. It's fast and seamless between apps, tv and games. Graphics look awesome, and the games seem to have no glitches or hiccups yet. Can't compare to a PS4 because I don't have one. The controller is great, but I'm sure there will be sore thumbs tomorrow until I get used to it, the thumb sticks seem taller then the 360 controller.

1.0
  • from Toronto, ON
  • Nov 22, 2013

Won't read any discs! just makes a rattling noise.

Setup my Xbox One, downloaded the ~500MB day one patch (took about 15min), put in Battlefield 4 and all I hear is this rattling noise. Scared me so I quickly ejected the disc. Try to put in Call of Duty Ghosts... same thing. Looked online for help and there's already 5-6 youtube videos of the same issue just hours after launch. I hope I can get a replacement unit soon. Right now it's a very expensive paper weight. Well, not entirely. Since the system still functions, I was able to play around with the voice commands. Unfortunately my experience here isn't very positive either. Half of the time the system simply doesn't pick up the command, and sometimes it does the wrong command. Trying to see what's on certain channels simply doesn't work either. Another thing that I'm disappointed with is the controller. The X360 controller was near perfect, but the bumpers on this new controller don't feel right, and the sticks are very loose feeling. I was able to try a controller earlier and was hoping that it was just the demo unit, but my brand new one is the same unfortunately. Overall, not a good start. :(

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