Your games. Your entertainment. Your sports. Your television. Your sports television [that joke was old five months ago - Ed].
It's all yours, all in one, on Xbox One. A new video documentary shows off how Microsoft's upcoming console will automatically recognise players and show them a personalised home screen, along with some predictable last-minute posturing. There are only eight days to go, so you can hardly blame them.
Xbox One's Kinect sensor will recognise users and display their customised splash screen, along with recently-accessed apps. Multiple profiles can be signed in at once, and switched between using voice commands. It's seriously slick stuff, and looks to be incredibly convenient if it works as advertised.
Microsoft are thrilled to point out that Xbox One games can be freely traded in or privately sold, though aren't quite as keen to remind us that they originally wanted to lock down the pre-owned market in a horrific power play. Thank goodness for those U-Turns, eh?
In other news, the Xbox One's boot time looks to be seriously speedy, at least if this new Instagram footage is anything to go by. Thanks to Kinect's voice functionality, it's also totally effortless... and remember that this boot time includes user recognition too. The days of walking across the room and pressing a button are soon to be ancient history. Hooray!
Though we're not above an occasional cheeky jab at Kinect, its voice commands and user recognition seems to make the basic console experience more convenient and perhaps even more fun to boot. Whether many developers will bother to make the most of its motion control features, however, is anybody's guess.
I'll be sure to test it thoroughly come November 22nd, that is when I'm not playing Dead Rising 3. Priorities. The PS4 releases the following week in the UK, so we can't wait to put both machines through their paces.