Microsoft unveils Xbox SmartGlass Video
Microsoft unveils Xbox SmartGlass Video Transcript
Breakthrough called the Xbox Smart glass. Xbox -- -- fence when the devices you already own and love your windows and windows phones. Your iPhone and iPad and your Android devices. With Xbox Smart -- movies are more immerses. TV is more engaging music more interactive and games are more -- Let's take a look. The Xbox Smart -- -- I can send the movie from my tablet to my -- extinct with a few important items we're. There's machines and every time in Europe. Most being and -- -- and pick up right where I left off. To begin a real -- You can -- or more importantly look what's happened to my device makers is Smart -- instantly -- my tablet and now he's been getting rich information about the sought homes cast. -- and characters from remote and with Smart glass. My tablet now provides me a map that is actually following the sequence of the show add them watching it on television. No matter where I am in the episode my Smart device truly takes on the role of an intelligent companion -- -- deeper into the experience. This is the magic of Smart class when devices work together to immerse you in entertainment. And when we asked the world's biggest game creator is what they would do with this new technology. They envision brand new ways to make all your games better. Let's take a look. With connect to an Xbox Smart glass we can finally bringing one of your most requested features. For years people have asked me when will you bring the web to Xbox. Others have -- browsers on the television before but no one is using them because -- painfully slow up. Because the controller and remote are not great input devices to the web and it has 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. Through Internet explore coupled with the power of Xbox we are able to deliver for the first time a fast fluid and intuitive web experience in the living room. This is the web transform for TV. And just like the rest of Xbox your favorite sites -- controlled with the power of your boy. It's easy to scroll through all the content. It's easy to pinch and they're. And it's easy to click the links that you want. You can take any interactive web site and have the full experience on your TV with simple and easy control powered by Smart glass. Finally. Now they -- devices can communicate and integrate with Xbox we want to extend that entertainment experience so that you can take it with you anywhere. We're pleased to bring Xbox entertainment to the new windows eight tablets and PCs. This we'll give you the best in games movies TV and music. -- Xbox games on windows eight you can discover and play popular titles compete with your friends aren't achievement and much more. With -- Xbox video and Xbox music you can take your favorite TV shows movies and music with you everywhere you go. And of course we're bringing Xbox mark last up to windows general.
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