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An Xbox 360 controller in the foreground is compared to the new model on the Xbox One at the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington, on May 21, 2013. Microsoft unveiled its eagerly awaited new generation Xbox One videogame console, touting it as a home entertainment hub that goes far beyond games. The beefed-up hardware is powered by software that allows for instant switching between games, television, and Internet browsing, according to Don Mattrick, head of Microsoft's interactive entertainment business. Skype was also integrated for online video calls.

( GLENN CHAPMAN / AFP/Getty Images / May 21, 2013 )

An Xbox 360 controller in the foreground is compared to the new model on the Xbox One at the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington, on May 21, 2013. Microsoft unveiled its eagerly awaited new generation Xbox One videogame console, touting it as a home entertainment hub that goes far beyond games. The beefed-up hardware is powered by software that allows for instant switching between games, television, and Internet browsing, according to Don Mattrick, head of Microsoft's interactive entertainment business. Skype was also integrated for online video calls.

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