Xbox 360

Xbox 360 is a home video game console released by Microsoft in 2005. There are three hardware variations to the system's body: original, slim and E versions. They primarily differ with internal storage capacity and size as well as malware immunity — the first installments bore an overheat defect. The central controller is Xbox 360 gamepad featuring either wired and wireless options with the latter being powered by AA batteries. The controller is widely regarded as the best one in the seventh generations with the only primary competitor of it was PS3 DualShock 3 with awkward ergonomics. During the existence period of a console, Kinect was released. It is the software which tracks the movements of the players allowing them to synchronize their movements with their avatar's. The notable thing is Kinect was later used in surprising fields other than the games: medicine, sports and science.

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