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Chime in: Does Xbox One still hold up as a video and music machine?

Four years after launch, is the Xbox One still a viable all-in-one entertainment system for the home? Back when the Xbox One first launched back in 2013, Microsoft set out to conquer the living room with a dedicated set of features tailored for non-gaming content. While at the time this was to diversify the Xbox One's reach, the move also shifted focus away from gaming and the Xbox One stumbled from the top sales position against arch rival Sony.
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