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Microsoft’s subsequent Xbox gaming console is anticipated to construct at the “front room hub” initiative started by its predecessor, the Xbox 360, as new leaks have Microsoft preparing to release a tool deeply integrated with a user’s television and cable service. The next-generation Xbox will reportedly be capable of take the signal from a user’s cable box via HDMI, overlay an Xbox UI over current TV channel content, and output the consequences in high-definition. Owing to Microsoft’s partnerships with content providers, the equipment is claimed to add much better functionality than current solutions handy on the market, including those bearing the Google TV brand. The Verge, bringing up numerous sources conversant in Microsoft’s plans, says that the following Xbox would require a persistent internet connection that allows you to access those features.
 
That’s consistent with recent reports from an array of gaming websites that claim the console would need an always-on connection.
 
video game industry observers assumed that this sort of connection was meant to combat piracy, nevertheless the Verge’s report appears to denote that it’s intended, at least partially, to access enjoyment content. Beyond the Xbox UI overlays, the recent console may also be said to add deep integration of Microsoft’s Kinect 3D camera system. A next-generation Kinect is claimed to be capable to distinguishing multiple-users and should have the ability to detect eye movement to pause content when a user turns their head faraway from the tv. Previous patents from Microsoft have hinted at deep Kinect integration in its products, including the prospective of interactive or even mood-based commercials. Microsoft is anticipated to bare the following generation of its console at an Xbox event in May, though that has yet to be confirmed. A second, cheaper set-top box is predicted to follow a better Xbox, though that device would reportedly not see release until 2014.

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