One of the things we love about the Xbox 360 console is that it's so much more than just a gaming device. Case in point: while speaking to attendees of BMO Capital Markets Digital Entertainment Conference in New York, Dennis Durkin, head of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business, said that the Xbox 360 is used for games just 60 percent of the time, CNet reports.
"What we found is that the core gamer might be the person who brought the console into the house, but as you widen the choices of content, it broadens what people can do with the system," Durkin said.
That other 40 percent belongs to a variety of non-gaming activities, like watching Netflix or listening to music. Even Twitter and Facebook are accessible through the console.
Surprised by Durkin's figures, or does that pretty much describe your usage habits as well? Hit the jump and tell us how often you use your console for actual gaming, whether you're rocking an Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or Nintendo Wii.