By NBC News staffThe first thing you’ll notice when you boot up the new Microsoft Xbox One is that it’s actually much more powerful than the original Xbox One.
The original Xbox was a pretty small console, with only about 60 graphics cards in its box, a meager 128MB of RAM and a tiny 2GB of RAM.
The new Xbox is twice as powerful, with a whopping 8GB of ram and a whopping 256MB of ram.
That means the Xbox One runs at twice the speed of its predecessor.
The Xbox One also has some major upgrades to its processor, which uses two 8-core Intel Xeon E5 processors to power its graphics and audio processing.
Its graphics are twice as fast, and its audio is more advanced, allowing it to handle a whopping 10,000 hours of sound playback.
The Xbox One’s Xbox One X is a little faster than the one it replaced, and it has a faster processor, too.
You can buy the new console from the Microsoft Store starting at $399, which includes a console controller and an 8GB hard drive.
But the real power comes from the software.
Microsoft’s new Xbox One has a new dashboard app called Microsoft Dashboard, which allows you to browse and manage your games, apps, music, TV shows and more.
You can also control your console with your voice, or with Cortana, Microsoft’s voice assistant.
The Microsoft Dashbook lets you check in on your game progress, save your favorite games and download new ones right from the app.
Microsoft also lets you watch live TV with your Xbox One, and you can listen to music with Xbox Music.
You also can access your My Games and Apps lists and view your friends’ games.
There’s a new Cortana assistant, which has been redesigned to be easier to use.