Xbox, a home TV game console developed by Microsoft in the United States and put on sale in 2001.
Xbox and Sony's PS2, as well as Nintendo's NGC, form a three-legged situation. Built-in Intel's Pentium III basic CPU, built-in 8GB capacity hard drive with Dvd-rom Optical drive, Ethernet channel port, support network capabilities, similar to the PC architecture.
The controller port shape is not the same as the USB specification.
From the hardware performance indicators, Xbox belongs to the "three major hosts" at the time.
Xbox Live is the Xbox 360 dedicated multi-user online PvP platform that dominates the current market for the second generation.