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Microsoft Xbox One Price in Singapore

The future of gaming is basically a reflection of the gaming console of today, and if you want to experience a next generation gaming experience, Xbox One will gave that to you. Great graphics, vast gaming world, and a more interactive way to play, get all that with Xbox One Singapore. There’s so much more to this eight generation gaming console from Microsoft, read below to learn more about Xbox One Singapore.

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The future of gaming is basically a reflection of the gaming console of today, and if you want to experience a next generation gaming experience, Xbox One will gave that to you. Great graphics, vast gaming world, and a more interactive way to play, get all that with Xbox One Singapore. There’s so much more to this eight generation gaming console from Microsoft, read below to learn more about Xbox One Singapore.

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Cheapest at Lazada
S$ 499.00
S$ 428.00

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Best price for Microsoft Xbox One in Singapore is S$ 428.00

You can buy the Microsoft Xbox One at the lowest price of S$ 428.00 from Lazada.
Alternatively, the Microsoft Xbox One is also sold in Indonesia at Amazon with the price of S$ 411.00 and Philippines at Galleon with the price of S$ 1,929.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of S$ 416.00 and Vietnam at Lazada with the price of S$ 225.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 September 2018, 02:02.

Microsoft Xbox One Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Xbox One

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 4.322.000 SGD 411.00
Philippines PHP 75,936.00 SGD 1,929.00
Singapore SGD 428.00 SGD 428.00
Thailand THB 9,840 SGD 416.00
Vietnam VND 3.790.000 SGD 225.00

Microsoft Xbox One Price in Singapore by Variants

Variants Price
Microsoft Xbox One 1TB White S$ 428.00

News about Microsoft Xbox One

Specs of Microsoft Xbox One

Video
Video Resolution HD
3D Ready No
Data Storage
Hard Drive Capacity 500GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Hard Drive Type HDD
Included Memory Yes
Type of Memory Expansion USB Hard Drive
Design
Colour Black
Dimensions (W x H x D) 332 x 274 x 78mm
Weight 3601g
Features
Streaming Yes
Online Capables Yes
Web Browser Yes
Skype No
Video Chat Yes
Controller
Wireless Controller Yes
Number of Controller 2
Motion Control Yes
USB Controller Yes
Bluetooth Controller No
Launch
Release Year 2013
Power Supply
Power Adapter Yes
Packaging Content
Controller Included 2
Gameplay
Max Number of Players 2
Connectivity
Bluetooth Yes
LAN Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
HDMI Yes

About Microsoft Xbox One

Xbox One is setting the console gaming platform on fire

It has been almost 2 years since Xbox One hit the markets in November 2013. Despite suffering a slow start, Microsoft Xbox One picked up the pace in quiet recluse from publicity. Initially, Microsoft had intended the Xbox one to compete with Apple TV and Google TV for the title of the best all-in-one entertainment system.

Microsoft’s journey into console gaming

Microsoft entered the console gaming competition as a major player in November 2001, with their introduction of the Xbox. In its time, Xbox had been immensely popular in North and South America, and very quickly established itself and created its market for game titles, but most importantly; it gave Microsoft a new dimension to their already-expanding reach into personal entertainment.

Xbox One in Singapore

Console gamers in Singapore swear by the Xbox, ever since its introduction. There is little surprise in the hype that has been generated around the Xbox One in Philippines, for our Filipino brothers love a gaming console that is pocket-friendly in respect to the complete experience it gives to gamers overall.

Xbox One: Features and hardware specifications

Upon its release, Xbox One gave many features to gamers to completely merge home-entertainment and social gaming into one seamless, complete console experience. The Xbox One comes with the Microsoft Kinect 2 motion sensing device; has been made intuitive, almost precognitive.

Voice command activation and motion sensing allow the Xbox One to detect your presence and automatically start when you enter its sensory field. The Xbox One comes with the following hardware setup:

  • RAM - 8GB DDR3 clocking 2133MHz, bandwidth 68.2GB/s
  • Flash Memory - 8GB Flash memory
  • CPU - 8-core AMD Custom 1.75 GHz(2 quad-core Jaguar modules)
  • GPU - 853 MHz AMD Radeon GCN architecture with 768 Shader cores
  • Storage - 500GB HDD at 5400rpm, external HDD support available
  • Connectivity - Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11n, Ethernet, 3× USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4 in/out, S/PDIF out, IR-out, Microsoft Kinect port
  • A/V channel - HDMI input and output (4K support)
  • Display - 4K (2160p), 1080p, and 720p
  • Sound - 7.1 surround sound
  • Media - Blu-ray, DVD, CD
  • Online social gaming - Xbox Live subscription
  • Cross Game Chat - Skype, Party Chat
  • Live Streaming - With Twitch.TV
  • Camera - 1080p Kinect 2 camera
  • Motion control and voice command - With Kinect 2
  • Cloud Storage - Yes
  • Networking - Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi (A/B/G/N dual-band at 2.4ghz and 5ghz) includes Wi-Fi Direct support

Reviews of Microsoft Xbox One

windowscentral.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-16
Play classic Jeopardy as well as other fun modes, You can play solo or with friends in multiplayer, Leveling system encourages players to come back for more
Presentation doesn't look or sound like Jeopardy, Online multiplayer is a ghost town due to design mistakes, Overpriced when compared against other trivia games
This is Jeopardy!Gameshows often make fine videogames, allowing players to actively participate in the same shows they already enjoy on TV. Ubisoft just brought Jeopardy! to Xbox One, featuring the classic TV gameplay, online multiplayer, and two new game...
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techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-28
The final contender in the next-gen console battle has entered the arena. The Xbox One will launch this Friday, 8 years to the day after the 2005 debut of the Xbox 360....
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-23
It's rare -- unprecedented, even -- that Engadget re-reviews the same product. But game consoles are a curious exception. Though the hardware stays the same, these machines receive myriad firmware updates, sometimes long after launch, that make them even...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-22
Windows 10 makes the console more responsive and easier to navigate, Most backward-compatible Xbox 360 games run well on Xbox One, Now costs less than the PlayStation 4
Kinect voice commands still don't work reliably, Navigating the console remains sluggish compared to the PS4, Still missing features from the Xbox 360 like system-wide game defaults
Engadget is re-reviewing the current generation of game consoles, each of which has benefited from major firmware updates, price drops and an improved selection of games. We're kicking off this series by revisiting the Xbox One. Though we've changed our m...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-14
The Xbox One that you can purchase in Wal-Mart, GameStop or Best Buy isn't that Xbox One that Microsoft started out with. Early on, the company had grand dreams of creating an all-in-one entertainment platform to take on Sony's PS4. Video games were to fe...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-21
Every decent piece of technology these days almost has to have two split personalities. Sure, they're designed around specific scenarios, but any device worth your money allows you to do things beyond its original core capabilities. The iPad, for example,...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-11
The Xbox One gained some much-needed interface improvements and dropped to $400 (sans Kinect motion-and-sound detector) to match the PS4's price, while Sony's system gained some notable exclusives with games like Infamous: Second Son and The Last of Us: R...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-22
Microsoft's Xbox One offers impressive graphics and a solid list of exclusive 2015 titles. The Microsoft console currently edges ahead of the PS4 with a better selection of media apps. The console's fall-2015 dashboard update is a noticeable improvement...
The Xbox One's new interface is still more convoluted than the PS4's. In general, the PS4 delivers slightly better installation times, graphics and performance on cross-platform games. The Xbox One also lags behind the PS4 in its selection of indie games...
It's been a year since Microsoft and Sony unveiled their new generation consoles, the Xbox One and PS4, which means it's time to reassess their places in the market. What's new? What has changed? And of course, which exclusive games are out or headed to t...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-22
The Xbox One is a year old and Microsoft 3rd generation consoles has go through so ups and downs. But the console has come a long way in the year with monthly updates that have constantly improved the console. TV pass-through that ensures the Xbox One is ...
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kotaku.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-19
Stop waiting. If you can afford it, it's time to get a new-gen console, and the Xbox One is a worthwhile one to get.It's been a year since the console's launch, and Microsoft's third home console finds itself in an interesting spot. On the one hand, many...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-19
Stop waiting. If you can afford it, it's time to get a new-gen console, and the Xbox One is a worthwhile one to get.AdvertisementIt's been a year since the console's launch, and Microsoft's third home console finds itself in an interesting spot. On the on...
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windowscentral.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Last year when the Xbox One launched, you could get it in any color you wanted – as long as it was black. But select Microsoft staff members received a white console with the words " I made this" emblazoned on both the system and the controller. The gamer...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-06
This more affordable Xbox One bundle drops the Kinect and matches the price of the PS4. Microsoft has also killed the paid Xbox Live Gold requirement to access entertainment apps
The Xbox One's dashboard is still confusing at times and the PS4 generally delivers slightly better graphics and performance on multiplatform games so far. Selection of must-have titles is still weak compared to that of previous generation consoles
The Xbox One is back -- without a Kinect, and for $100 USD cheaper.That, in a nutshell, is the pitch for the new $400 (£399 in the UK) Xbox One, which goes on sale on June 9. The new price matches that of its archrival, the Sony PlayStation 4 .It's a hu...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2014-06-04
Last November, Microsoft released the Xbox One. Six months later, the console has gotten a bunch more games and a hefty software upgrade. Microsoft has also decided to sell the Xbox One without the Kinect sensor. Halfway through its first year on planet e...
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kotaku.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-28
Last November, Microsoft released the Xbox One. Six months later, the console has gotten a bunch more games and a hefty software upgrade. Microsoft has also decided to sell the Xbox One without the Kinect sensor. Halfway through its first year on planet e...
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soundandvision.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-27
Integrates with cable or satellite set-top box with advanced One Guide, Improved Kinect camera for voice and gesture control, Blu-ray player works with voice and gesture control
Requires Xbox Gold membership to stream from some services, Some streaming services available on Xbox 360 not yet on Xbox One, Can stop playback to say “hi” to a new user that has stepped into the room
The Xbox One was released in November 2013, exactly eight years after the release of Microsoft's last game console, the Xbox 360. In those eight years, the Xbox 360 was updated and upgraded, including the addition of the Kinect camera for voice and gestur...
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soundandvision.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-27
Involving gameplay and graphics, Powerful Smart TV features, Wide range of remote control options
Features may be overkill for some, No DVR control
Microsoft wants to take over the living room. OK, maybe that premise isn't exactly new. About 10 years ago, tech pundits used the same words when discussing the Windows Media Center PC, an all-in-one solution that combined computing and home entertainment...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
Wake-on-voice is very impressive, Excellent multitasking experience, Games are beautiful; console runs quietly
The most expensive console available, Limited selection of exclusive titles worth playing, Missing key promised functionality at launch
Your new running shoes have WiFi, but there are still -- still! -- no flying cars. We've got mini-supercomputers in our pockets, but where's the kitchen machine that materializes beef bourguignon? It's not quite the future we predicted, at least as far as...
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gotgame.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-30
The holidays have come and gone, and after putting in hours upon hours of playtime into the Xbox One since its launch, it's been long enough to see how the console has handled updates, online functionality and of course, a whole bevy of launch titles.It's...
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geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-22
Beautiful, snappy UI, Multitasks wonderfully, Gorgeous graphics, Kinect functionality has improved tenfold and is included with the console, Xbox Fitness app performs really well, Great lineup of upcoming exclusive games, Xbox One controller is much impro...
Party Chat only holds 7 people and sometimes you just can't connect to your friends party chat; No alerts for friend requests; No built-in network video streaming functionality to play video files elsewhere on your home network; Workout video offering in...
I was really hoping to be blown away by the Xbox One's “next-gen ness”, and although it has its flaws, the Xbox One is a fantastic gaming console. While the Xbox One may not amaze you right away, Microsoft's new gaming and home entertainment console will ...
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