You should check out the Halo 5-Themed Xbox One. This brand new Xbox will arrive in October, and Halo fans will want to get their hands on this piece of memorability.
If you want to get your hands on the limited edition Halo 5, then you will be able to do so for $500. This special edition of the Xbox One features a military symbol that was inspired by Halo, as well as metallic blue accents. Asides from that, the Xbox One features 1TB hard drive and an Xbox One gamepad is connected to it.
If you want the system, then you can pre-order it now, and on October 20 the system will be available and a week later Halo 5 will be released.
Gamescom 2013 Xbox One News
The XBox One news so far from Gamescom 2013 seems to be mostly about games, a welcome change from the poorly-received reveal earlier in the year. A full slate of 23 games has been announced for release, including a handful of console exclusives and one or two legitimate surprises. The biggest launch news is certainly that Call of Duty: Ghosts is slated to have dedicated XBox One servers and will take advantage of the new system's cloud computing, but the announcement of exclusive content for the anticipated The Division is also a major feather in the cap of Microsoft.
Google's Newest Foray Into Video Gaming
For the past decade, the video gaming industry has been dominated by three companies: Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo. These three companies, manufacturers of the Xbox, Playstation, and Wii (respectively) have enjoyed tremendous market share and no outside competition -- until now. Google has announced that they will throw their hat into the Video Game Console ring and challenge the supremacy of the gaming titans with their own video gaming system.
If you think technology is leaving you behind, take a look at these five, top-selling must-have gadgets that have entered the market since 2000. You don't have to be a technogeek to appreciate any of these nifty devices, and you don't have to be a millionaire to own one, either!
Fastest Selling Electronic Device Of All Time
This one goes to the Apple iPad. First introduced in 2010, the Apple iPad has taken the gadget world by storm. Earlier this year, Apple announced that the iPad had become the fastest-selling electronic device of all time, and the company expects to sell more than 100,000,000 units by the end of 2012. The device has already undergone one major redesign in its scant 15 months on the market, and analysts are already talking about an iPad 3 release that could happen as early as the fourth quarter of 2011. Rumors abound regarding what the iPad 3 might potentially offer, and range from retinal scanning to HD displays to the e-commerce darling, near-field communications.