Step 1: Connect the HDMI cable from the Xbox One to the TV or monitor.
Step 2: Plug the Xbox One Kinect into the Kinect port on the back of the Xbox One, just right of the two USB ports.
Step 3: Connect your Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port located on the back of the console on the far right side.
Step 4: Connect your USB Charge cable from the USB port in the front of the Xbox One to your controller to make sure it has a full charge.
Step 5: Connect the power cable from your surge protector outlet to your Xbox One.
Q: What type of cable do I need to connect my Xbox One to my TV or monitor?
A: The Xbox One uses a male to male HDMI cable also capable of carrying audio. There is also an optional optical audio output.
Q: How long does the controller last on a full charge and can I charge it while playing my games?
A: The Xbox One controller has an average life of 4-6 hours and you can charge the controller while playing your games without any interruption.
Q: Do I require an internet connection to play my games?
A: You will not have access to the store or other online features without an internet connection. However, if your game has a single player mode, you will be able to play it without issue.
Q: How many controllers can I connect at one time?
A: The Xbox One can connect up to eight wireless controllers at once.
Q: Can I use external storage devices to save my game?
A: Yes. You can use a flash USB media device to store your saved games. (4Gb + Storage size recommended)
Q: Does the Xbox One support a 4K gaming resolution?
A: No. The max output of the Xbox One is 1080p or 1920 x 1080 pixels.
Q: Can I replace the built in 500GB hard drive that came with my Xbox One for more storage space?
A: No. This action will void the warranty. However, you can use your own external storage device to save your game data.
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