Xbox One can now eject discs with a controller

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Xbox One controller can now eject discs from the console through an Xbox Insiders update.

Users can be now eject discs by hovering over a game or Blu-ray tile on the Xbox One homepage and pressing the "X" button on their controller to eject the disc from the console.

This means those with a damaged Xbox One eject button or those who are too lazy to get up will benefit from this feature.

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Was this not a feature before? I could almost swear it was...then again, maybe I'm thinking of the Xbox 360. Either way, it's not exactly a revolutionary feature and doesn't exactly solve an issue, since you still have to go right to where that button is located to retrieve the disk and put another one in...so...great job, Microsoft!
 
"those who are too lazy to get up will benefit from this feature. "

Uhhhh, then how are you supposed to switch the discs then? Lol, but anyways, great feature for those with a broken eject button.
 
"those who are too lazy to get up will benefit from this feature. "

Uhhhh, then how are you supposed to switch the discs then? Lol, but anyways, great feature for those with a broken eject button.

You have to get up regardless to put the other discs anyway.
 
"those who are too lazy to get up will benefit from this feature. "

Uhhhh, then how are you supposed to switch the discs then? Lol, but anyways, great feature for those with a broken eject button.
Theirs no way to break that eject button, but how about if you want to replace a disk? This is not a new thing in most Hardware equipment's where it is controlled by remotely.
 

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