Microsoft has unveiled the next XBox at the world's biggest gaming expo, E3.
Also unveiled was the XBox Kinect, which is Microsoft's response to the Nintendo Wii's motion controls. Additionally now the Xbox supports wifi internet. The major difference between the old Xbox controllers and the Kinect is that with Kinect no controllers are necessary, just you. This works through the Kinect's new motion capture camera that captures every move you make and translates it to your in game character. Kinect will be retailing for $150 and release in November.
As for the redesigned XBox it looks like an entirely new system on the outside, sporting a new black glossy finish, a reduced size, and new angles and cuts. However, on the inside the XBox is largely the same in processing power, but will receive a larger hard drive. The new XBox is shipping now and should be at your local retailer this week.
Watch the official unveiling now: