The new Xbox One S is available today


Xbox One S

The Xbox One S is a sleeker, smaller, slightly more powerful version of the Xbox One. It isn’t Project Scorpio, a powerful revision of the console planned for next year.

The “S” doesn’t actually stand for “Slim”, but because it’s way smaller that’s what everyone’s going with.

“The new Xbox One S is the smallest and most compact Xbox we’ve ever created; the “S” is a way to differentiate between previous Xbox One models,” a Microsoft rep confirmed with Stevivor.

Are you thinking of diving into the Xbox world? Perhaps you have an XB1 already and are contemplating the upgrade? This guide will give you a great break down on whether the Xbox One S is the right choice for you.

Personally, despite the XB1 being my least used gaming device I’ve bought one. Why? Well it’s the first that will make use of my 4K TV and it’s HDR capabilities.

If it weren’t for my TV I couldn’t justify it. In fact, even with the TV it’s pretty hard to justify.

Source: Xbox One S: Thinking of buying? Here’s all the information you need. | Stevivor

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