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I often hear rumblings that one possible solution would be for Microsoft to offer a PS4 priced xbox one without kinect. That would be a good start, but it wonder if that is even possible, at least for a good while. Kinect was so heavily integrated during the initial construction, I would hazard a guess that it is going to be a fair bit more complex than just taking the cameras out of the box.
So, you're welcome! I'll have fun so you don't have to!
As always, be cautious with the internet. You might see forum after forum filled with complaints and people having problems, but the web has a way, by bunching them all together, of making it look like more than it is.
It's fairly cluttered with junk and a lot of tasks now require more effort than they previously did (it's pretty much designed for use with kinect and if you don't like talking to an inanimate object it is awkward to navigate).
It is still an assumption on your part about other people, and it is, imho, quite presumptuous.
When I'm debating something with somebody, I usually stay away from negging them unless things turn abusive.
Why are you bringing the PS4 into this? Where was I talking about it?
While my XB1 feels, as mentioned, not completely finished, the PS4 is perfect (I never used my PS3 for DLNA as well, so not too fussed about that).
As I had mentioned in my original post, as far as DLNA/media support for PS4 is concerned, it is not a concern for me as I rarely used it, preferring instead to use my Blu-ray player for the purpose.
Other than that, the PS4 UI is VERY polished, VERY easy to use and VERY intuitive.
"Broken" may be a figure of speech as far as Donlan's usage of the word is concerned. The way I read it was that it is NOT complete, NOT easy to use and NOT intuitive.
I would think, as an XB1 owner, you would be looking forward to all suggestions for improvement so that your investment (and mine) can get better through these suggestions.
'Xbox innit bruv'
The Xbox One's UI is broken, but thanks to early adopters it'll hopefully soon be fixed.
This is probably the nearest point at which we are ever going to agree, but if not, I think its time to draw this to a close anyway.
In effect you are saying that someone who has a different opinion to you is a basement dweller.
The civilised way to go about the matter is to say, your opinion which you put forward quoting arguements and facts, is wrong because of these arguements and facts which blow yours out of the water.
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