There's a cursor on the screen that glows green when it's hovered over a link. Scrolling is sluggish. You can scroll by going off the bottom edge of the screen (left analogue stick) or by panning down with the right analogue stick. On the screen, there's a little scrollbar that can't be manipulated. The screen can flicker quite a bit on scroll
In the settings, you can select an option to "use whole TV screen to show web content", which is off by default. When it's off, gaps appear at the edge of the site. When it's on, the site fits the TV screen up to the edges.
The settings also have an option to "use web pages formatted for mobile devices". This only works on sites using user agent string detection to serve up an
m. version, not responsive sites.
The keyboard has big touch areas. This is good for gesture or for using a device like a Wii-mote, but when you're using the analogue stick on the Xbox controller, this means lots of traversing.
The D-pad can't be used toggle through keys on the keyboard, only to move the position of the text cursor.
I'm still collecting notes on the Xbox 360 yet, so you should check out Peter Gasston's notes for more information and screenshots.
As of February 2013. Source: html5test.com
As of February 2013. Source: css3test.com
As of February 2013.
|Operating System||Windows 7|
|Screen Resolution||1041 x 586|
|Web Browser||Internet Explorer 9.0|
|Browser Size||1041 x 586|
|Flash Version||Not Installed|
(orientation : landscape)