The Xbox 360 used to have a proprietary snap-on hard drive; on the One, it lives inside the console.(PS4 owners can self-upgrade with a standard laptop hard drive.) 6.Your Play Station 3 is not connected to the internet? You can download and transfer the update file (PS3UPDAT.PUP) using a compatible storage device such as Memory Stick, Memory Stick Duo, a USB key (FAT32) or PSP.It costs 9 in North America, £429 in the UK, AU9 in Australia, and 499 euros in the EU countries listed above.The Kinect camera is included; you can't opt out of that peripheral. You'll need an Xbox Live Gold membership (/year in the US) to do almost anything beyond play single-player games Xbox Live Gold was pretty much a requirement for any online Xbox gamer before, but that's even more the case now. It supports limited DLNA..theory Microsoft's pushing its Sky Drive account -- Microsoft's own cloud-storage service -- to play back cloud-stored photos and videos, but "Play To" DLNA-supported devices could theoretically work.The Xbox One has a Twitch app, but it's only for viewing streams.Creating your own live stream won't be possible on Xbox until, most likely, early next year. Snap is a multitasker's dream, but some apps don't work for it Using Snap, you can create a side split-screen of live TV, NFL scores, or whatever else you can think of while playing a game -- or, combine apps that involve no gaming whatsoever.
Of course, you can always disconnect it from your TV feed, too.
It's a fresh start with the Xbox One, whether you like it or not -- but user settings and account details are retained and carried over. Downloaded games can be redownloaded and played anywhere, but disc games need the disc to play Disc and disc-free games alike need installation on the Xbox One, but if you go the disc route, keep in mind that you'll always need that disc inserted to start the game. The Xbox One doesn't have Bluetooth support Go figure.
Wi-Fi Direct and 802.11n Wi-Fi will help address some device-to-device connections, but for wireless accessories you'll have to use official Xbox options.
The Play Station 4 doesn't work with universal Bluetooth peripherals, either, even though it does have Bluetooth onboard. The Kinect doubles as an IR blaster For any universal remote control purposes, the Kinect, when set up, will be programmed to operate your TV and cable box.
Controls like volume control and channel-changing can be executed using voice, but it can get a little challenging at times. The Xbox One works with universal remotes Unlike the PS4, which lacks an IR port, the Xbox One can be controlled with a compatible universal remote.