Internet Explorer for Xbox Video
Internet Explorer for Xbox Video Transcript
With Kinect and Xbox Smart glass we can finally bring -- one of your most requested features. For years people have asked me when will you bring the web text box. Others have -- browsers on -- the television before but no one is using them because -- painfully slow. Because the controller and remote are not great input devices to the web and because keyboards don't belong in the living room. But not -- the power of Xbox. The magic that can act and the intelligence of Xbox Smart glass we're making it simple and fun to unlock the web on your TV. Today I'm excited to announce that Internet Explorer is coming to Xbox this year. Okay. Let's take a look. Xbox web -- Here's some of my favorite web sites which -- -- Xbox -- you get to them quickly. With Internet Explorer and Xbox the -- just the voice command or -- simple swipe away. Next. I don't know about you guys but I'm especially excited about a big movie premiering this Friday. So let's use our new browser to do that project from -- dot com to check out a just released clip from Fox's upcoming movie. The media's. We know that the web is still the videos that millions of people enjoy every day more often now and HD. And wouldn't it be great to watch that on your big screen. Xbox play. An auto. Through Internet explore. Coupled with the power of Xbox we -- able to deliver for the first time a fast fluid and intuitive web experience in the living room. This is the web transformed for TV. And just like the rest of Xbox your favorite sites are controlled with the power of your voice. I know you all of cars so let's take a look at Aston Martin's web page on TV. Xbox web -- Aston Martin. Now with Smart glass. You can control the page -- your tablet or phone for the first time ever. It's easy to scroll through all the content. It's easy to pinch and zoom. And it's easy to click the links that you want. You can take any interactive website and have the full experience on your TV with simple and easy control powered by Smart glass. So now with Internet Explorer for Xbox you have instant access to all of the what whether it's global or local content. The Xbox Smart glass out and Internet Explorer for Xbox launch worldwide this fall.
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