The Xbox One release date is upon us and your host Brian Heater is joined by Ben Gilbert and Terrence O'Brien to game it up once again. Ben fell asleep at the controller the other night, so we've pumped him full of coffee in order to get the lowdown on Microsoft's newest console. The One's controller also grabs some of the spotlight, with its massive R&D budget having funded some interesting concepts; smell-o-vision anyone? We had the chance to get our hands on Nokia's Lumia 2520 tablet in the studio, too, and it shows... all over its fingerprint-prone glossy red shell. We have plenty more in store for you this week, so hop on down to the streaming links below for another episode of the Engadget Podcast!
Producer: Jon Turi
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05:56 - Xbox One review: a fast and powerful work in progress
20:45 - Xbox One controller cost over $100 million to develop, smell-o-vision and built-in projector were considered
35:44 - Nokia Lumia 2520 review: a good Windows tablet, not the best for typing
41:07 - Nokia's shareholders approve sale of devices and services business to Microsoft
50:38 - Samsung boasts 800,000 Galaxy Gear smartwatch sales in two months
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