The PS4 is the runaway winner in the current generation of home consoles, leaving both the Xbox One and the hilariously underpowered Wii U in the dust. But at least the Xbox One has one legit advantage over the PS4: it supports external hard drives. Sadly, Xbox One owners hoping to rub this advantage on PS4 owners’ faces for a few more years received some bad news last month. With the release of system update 4.50, PS4 owners can now hook up their consoles with external hard drives.
Later this year, Microsoft will launch their newest addition to the Xbox family: the still-unnamed “Project Scorpio” or “Xbox Scorpio.” It is being advertised as the most powerful console ever, a title that the PS4 Pro is currently holding. Based on Digital Foundry’s reveal of the console’s final specs, it appears Xbox Scorpio is set to steal that title in a big way.
Of course, hardware power alone won’t be enough for Xbox Scorpio to leapfrog over the competition and sit at the top of the console food chain. There are other factors that will determine its success. Including technical performance, here are three things that Microsoft needs to pass with flying colors to guarantee Xbox’s return to glory.
Back in the day, anyone interested in watching a movie on a big screen, with theatrical sound and a tremendous picture quality, had to visit a movie theater. It’s not a secret that high-definition televisions, being more affordable than ever before while boasting breathtaking picture and sound quality, can bring the magnificence of a theater to your home.
Movie projectors are something like a hidden gem, as in fewer individuals know about them and their remarkable features. Today’s movie projectors surpass current HD TVs in terms of capabilities, value, and ease of use. However, the good news is that more and more individuals are learning of movie projectors’ ample benefits, and unparalleled display. Home Video Projectors are quickly becoming part of many living rooms, dens, gaming areas, and other entertainment centers across the globe.
Wi-fi is a wonderful thing. There was a time when the only way to surf the web was by firing up your dial-up connection on a desktop computer. Today, we can enjoy the benefits of online on our game consoles, smartphones, and many other devices without having to plug them into a router.
Of course, a pleasant experience can quickly turn frustrating as soon as your Wi-Fi signal starts failing on you. Whether it’s a connection that keeps dropping or painfully slow speeds, you’ve probably suffered Wi-Fi issues before. If you’re tired of your Wi-Fi acting up during an important Skype call, heated online video game match, or in the middle of a Netflix binge session, keep on reading.