Microsoft Xbox One prices in Malaysia

The future of gaming is basically a reflection of the gaming console of today, and if you want to experience a next generation gaming experience, Xbox One will gave that to you. Great graphics, vast gaming world, and a more interactive way to play, get all that with Xbox One. There’s so much more to this eight generation gaming console from Microsoft, click here to know more about it!

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Microsoft Xbox One Specs

Microsoft Xbox One Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelXbox One
DateOct 2013
Ports & interfaces
HDMI ports quantity2
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity3
DC-in jack
Ethernet LAN
Ethernet LAN data rates10,100,1000 Mbit/s
Wi-Fi standards802.11a,802.11b,802.11g,802.11n
Storage mediaHDD
Internal storage capacity500 GB
Card reader integrated
Built-in optical drive
Optical drive typeBlu-Ray
Packaging content
Video game included
User guide
AC adapter included
Colour of productBlack
PlatformXbox One
Internal memory8192 MB
Internal memory typeDDR3
Graphics processorAMD Radeon
Motion sensor

Xbox One Malaysia

X-box One is a game console developed by Microsoft which is now the eight generation of the company’s gaming console line up which is the successor of the Xbox One. This latest gaming console from Microsoft brings more functions and better graphics that will make the gaming experience more immersive and more enjoyable. If you’re an avid console gamer, the Xbox One is definitely one to take into serious consideration.

Backward Compatibility

If you’ve missed out on the gaming titles from the Xbox One’s predecessor (the Xbox 360), there’s no need for you to buy that console just to experience less recent games or if you previously owned a 360, you can easily play those games in the Xbox One with no additional cost. The Xbox One can run Xbox 360 games without any additional accessories; simply insert the gaming disc and play! It’s that easy. Get to experience the greatest gaming title from the Xbox 360 with the Xbox One.

Vast Game Choices

also those that are playable with Kinect. The Xbox one can keep the entire family entertained with its engaging gaming titles. Also, the backwards compatibility feature of the Xbox One allows for more gaming titles to be played with this console. Discover a wide variety of games that will best suit everyone in the family.

Redefine the Way You Play

Experience the action wirelessly with the Xbox One’s wireless controller. This new game pad provides greater intensity, precision, feedback, and comfort. The Kinect is also another gaming accessory that lets you play games in a different way. It will encourage you to be physically active with games that are controlled with actual gestures and body movements; show your moves or actually punch your way to the next level with Xbox Kinect.

Xbox Live Gaming Community

Play with people from all over the world with the multiplayer network feature of the Xbox Live. Aside from that, there’s a bunch of social networking feature that the Xbox Live has which gives you more than a gaming experience, but a community where you could share and play with other gamers from all over the world.

Microsoft Xbox One Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-11-16
Play classic Jeopardy as well as other fun modes, You can play solo or with friends in multiplayer, Leveling system encourages players to come back for morePresentation doesn't look or sound like Jeopardy, Online multiplayer is a ghost town due to design mistakes, Overpriced when compared against other trivia games
This is Jeopardy!Gameshows often make fine videogames, allowing players to actively participate in the same shows they already enjoy on TV. Ubisoft just brought Jeopardy! to Xbox One, featuring the classic TV gameplay, online multiplayer, and two new game...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-07
The new $500 Xbox One X is the most powerful home video-game console ever made. With its beefy internals, the Xbox One X is more powerful than most home computers. It can power 4K and HDR gaming – the next major graphical step up after HD.It's also one of...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-12
Solid construction, Double wireless range, Sweat-resistant surfacing, 3.5mm headphone jackMinimal customization
As Microsoft has expanded its Xbox One hardware line with the Xbox One S and upcoming Project Scorpio consoles, it makes sense that we see a similar expansion of its first-party peripherals. The Xbox One Elite Controller arrived in late 2015, offering a h...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-10
Even though Sony has the market cornered on the whole "for gamers, by gamers" phrase, Microsoft makes a pretty compelling case for the title. With more platform-exclusive games, an eye on the indie scene and its promotional Games with Gold deal, the Xbox...We don't don't know about you, but we're not in love with the idea of monolithic system taking up a quarter of our media cabinet. The Xbox One is big, bulky a looks like it was designed to replace the VCR, not the Xbox 360. The controllers, thankfully, ar...
The Xbox One has had a strange, but ultimately strong, two and a half years of life. It's miles away from where it started back when it first launched on November 22 2013, though, in many cases, not quite as far as the Xbox 360 was at the end of its lifes...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-28
The final contender in the next-gen console battle has entered the arena. The Xbox One will launch this Friday, 8 years to the day after the 2005 debut of the Xbox 360....
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Reviewed on 2017-04-04
Excellent game selection, Great online service, The best controller going, Unmatched media features, Able to evolve constantlyInferior graphics, Confusing UI without Kinect, Poor sharing options, Ugly unit design
The Xbox One S has been on store shelves for around half a year now, and its brought with it support for HDR and Ultra HD Blu-rays.Given that the new sleeker model has arrived, the number of reasons for opting for the older fatter model are disappearing f...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-03
If you want to wait for a fuller upgrade over the Xbox One, you’ll have to wait until the tail end of the year. That’s when Microsoft has said it will launch the Xbox Project Scorpio; its 4K, VR-enabled machine. You can read more about what’s been announc...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-03
The Nintendo Switch is finally available to buy in the UK, but it's coming out into a games market with stiff competition from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Things could get even more complex later this year when the Xbox One Scorpio comes out, so what...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-27
The Nintendo Switch is on the way, but it's coming out into a games market with stiff competition from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Things could get even more complex later this year when the Xbox One Scorpio comes out, so what should you do if you can...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-22
Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro is out now, and is currently the most powerful games console on the market by some way. It won't hold that crown forever though, as Microsoft's souped up Xbox One Scorpio is set to arrive at some point in 2017. Some gamers might a...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-21
Sony's PlayStation 4 is out now, and is currently the most powerful games console on the market by some way. It won't hold that crown forever though, as Microsoft's souped up Xbox One Scorpio is set to arrive at some point in 2017. Some gamers might alrea...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-23
It's rare -- unprecedented, even -- that Engadget re-reviews the same product. But game consoles are a curious exception. Though the hardware stays the same, these machines receive myriad firmware updates, sometimes long after launch, that make them even...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-22
Windows 10 makes the console more responsive and easier to navigate, Most backward-compatible Xbox 360 games run well on Xbox One, Now costs less than the PlayStation 4Kinect voice commands still don't work reliably, Navigating the console remains sluggish compared to the PS4, Still missing features from the Xbox 360 like system-wide game defaults
Engadget is re-reviewing the current generation of game consoles, each of which has benefited from major firmware updates, price drops and an improved selection of games. We're kicking off this series by revisiting the Xbox One. Though we've changed our m...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-17
We're nearly two years into the life of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 ; the PS4 surged ahead on sales to begin with, but the Xbox One has seen a turnaround in the way it's seen and, potentially, its fortunes. No other console generation has seen two riva...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-14
The Xbox One that you can purchase in Wal-Mart, GameStop or Best Buy isn't that Xbox One that Microsoft started out with. Early on, the company had grand dreams of creating an all-in-one entertainment platform to take on Sony's PS4. Video games were to fe...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-18
Originally launched amid a fanfare of additional features, Microsoft always wanted the Xbox One to be more than just a games console. in retrospect that looked like folly, but there are a number of those features that have remained potentially useful, suc...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-17
Although the new Xbox One is a little more pricey than expected ($499), there's more than meets the eye, providing some serious next-generation innovations that no one else is doing right now. From the Kinect camera to the live TV integration, Microsoft's...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-13
New features, Streamlined, More accessible, Introduced backward compatibilityNot all Xbox 360 games compatible yet, Patching required
The Xbox One has certainly come into its own this year, with a number of superb exclusives. However, one area where the console has lagged behind the PS4 has been its interface. It wasn't terrible, it just hasn't been the most intuitive or nearly as quick...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-19
Microsoft just admitted the Xbox One will never catch up with the PlayStation 4. Xbox head Phil Spencer made the brutally honest admission in an interview with VideoGamer last week , but it only confirms what we already knew. “You know, I don't know. You...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-21
Most reviews start with a couple of sentences to introduce whatever it is I'm reviewing. In the case of the Xbox One this almost feels pointless. Almost everyone reading will know that it's Microsoft's newest gaming console that was released in November 2...
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