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Transcript: Click to edit text Xbox Presentation What is an Xbox? The Xbox franchise is made by a company named, "Microsoft." While it isn't the most popular gaming console in the world, the Xbox One is one of the most popular fanchises to date. The Xbox One is designed to be big like it is because of the fact that it won't overheat. It is designed to be capable of not overheating. Look at the Xbox 360. The Xbox 360, with its small design, usually overheats frequently. Fun Fact #1 What does the franchise consist of? The franchise consists of the original Xbox one released on November 15, 2001, the Xbox 360 released four years after the original on November 22 2005, along with the Kinect for the Xbox 360 releasing at November 10, the Xbox One S releasing at August 2, 2016, and the Xbox One X releasing at November 7, 2017. Xbox Fun Fact #2 Fun Fact # 2 Most of the Xbox 360 games are compatible with the newer consoles, such as the Xbox One, so you are able to play games from the 360 on the newer consoles such as the One X. Xbox Fun Fact #3 Fun Fact #3 The Xbox One X Strategy Strategy Click to edit text Competitive Advantages Competitive Advantages Case Study Before After Case Study Gresham, Tom. “Interesting Facts About the Xbox.” It Still Works, 5 Feb. 2019, Sources “Xbox.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 3 May 2019, “Fun Facts for Kids about Xbox.” Easy Science For Kids, 9 Aug. 2018,

Xbox presentation

Transcript: The Xbox 360 Core was an entry level Xbox 360 which was later replaced with the "Arcade Kinect is a "controller-free gaming and entertainment experience" for the Xbox 360 When the Xbox 360 was released, Microsoft's online gaming service Xbox Live was shut down for 24 hours and underwent a major upgrade, adding a basic non-subscription service called Xbox Live Silver (later renamed Xbox Live Free) to its already established premium subscription-based service (which was renamed Gold). Xbox Live Free is included with all SKUs of the console The Xbox 360 Elite included a 120 GB hard drive and a matte black finish. The Elite retail package also included a controller and headset that match the system's black finish Many accessories are available for the console, including both wired and wireless controllers, faceplates for customization, headsets for chatting, a webcam for video chatting, dance mats and Gamercize for exercise, three sizes of memory units and four sizes of hard drives (20 GB, 60 GB, 120 GB and 250 GB On a few occasions, Microsoft has produced special editions of the console, usually to coincide with the release of a major product. These special editions are typically custom-colored Xbox 360 models, and are produced in limited numbers The Xbox Live Marketplace is a virtual market designed for the console that allows Xbox Live users to download purchased or promotional content On November 15, 2002, Microsoft launched its Xbox Live online gaming service, allowing subscribers to play online Xbox games with other subscribers around the world and download new content directly to the system's hard drive. The online service works only with a broadband Internet connection. Approximately 250,000 subscribers signed up within two months of Xbox Live's launch In 2004 Halo 2 became the highest-grossing release in entertainment history, making over $125 million in its first day[34] and becoming Xbox Live's first killer app. That year Microsoft made a deal to put Electronic Arts's popular titles on Xbox Live A white console with green accents was released in 2005 only to the Launch Team as a gift from Microsoft. The consoles came complete with a 20 GB HDD also in green to match the top and bottom sections that are typically grey in color Technically designated the Xbox 360 S[29] and marketed simply as the Xbox 360;[30] current Xbox 360 consoles are based around a redesign of the Xbox 360 hardware which was officially announced on June 14, 2010 during a press briefing prior to that year's The Xbox controller features two analog sticks, a pressure sensitive directional pad, two analog triggers, a Back button, a Start button, two accessory slots and six 8-bit analog action buttons (A/Green, B/Red, X/Blue, Y/Yellow, and Black and White buttons).The standard Xbox controller (also nicknamed the "Fatty" or the "Duke" was originally the controller bundled with Xbox systems for all territories except Japan. Three red lights on the Xbox 360's ring indicator representing a "General Error" requiring service of the Console or Power Adapter, nicknamed the "Red Ring of Death", "Red Ring of Fire" or "Red Lights of Death. The Xbox is a sixth-generation video game console manufactured by Microsoft. It was released on November 15, 2001 in North America, February 22, 2002 in Japan, and March 14, 2002 in Australia and Europe The Xbox 360 is the second video game console produced by Microsoft and the successor to the Xbox

Xbox Presentation

Transcript: Xbox One Xbox Product Life Cycle Stages Product life cycle is the progression of an item through the four stages of its time on the market. The four life cycle stages are: Introduction, Growth, Maturity and Decline. Every product has a life cycle and time spent at each stage differs from product to product. Introduction Introduction During this time, profits are usually nonexistent. That’s because sales are usually slow at first customers are just now finding out that the product exists. Plus, the costs of introducing a new product are very high. Researching and developing the product, testing it, producing it, and marketing it are all expensive things to do. The Xbox One was announced on May 2013 and was released on November 22 2013. The Xbox One had a confusing presentation for viewers at the public unveiling in May 2013 causing negative feedback for the console. However the console was released and publicized with the feature of always online which had 50/50 response of positive and negative. Although the Xbox One did decently in the Introduction Stage. Microsoft heavily pushed the product with advertisements that made the Xbox One seem like the Product everyone should have. Growth Growth During the growth stage, a product quickly becomes established in the market. Profits rapidly go us while sales increase rapidly and costs go down. Sales go up because customers are now aware of the product and have started buying it. Customers who began purchasing the product in the introduction stage are buying replacement products, and new customers are buying for the first time. With the heavy promotion of the Xbox One and it's new innovations. The product grew extremely fast with addition to Microsoft's past success of consoles and compute operating systems. Maturity Maturity The maturity stage is usually the longest lasting stage of the product life cycle. In this stage, the product has achieved acceptance by most of its potential buyers. Sales are still high, but sales growth slows down. Profits from the product stay the same or start to decrease a bit. Xbox One consoles has sold through about 41 million consoles worldwide since 2013 Xbox One profits went by 8% A product’s decline stage may be very slow or very fast, depending on what has happened to the product. In this stage, a product’s sales decrease, and its profits begin to go down. Decline Decline It has yet to reach decline stage due to constant innovations to the console

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