The Xbox Series X and Series S consoles will launch worldwide November 10. Series X retails for $499, while Series S will set you back $299.
The Series X
Series X offers top-tier visuals — 4K gaming at up to 120 frames per second.
12 teraflops of processing power
Series X comes with 1 TB of onboard storage, double that of Series S.
There's one word to describe the branding on Series X.
Where previous iterations of Xbox hardware had a decidedly dorm-room flair, Series X is a pared-down rectangular column, with a discreet grate of apple-green vents at the top.
Simply press the Xbox button on the console, or your wireless controller, and the tower snaps to life with a cheery chirp.
The Series X definitely isn't as large as all those fridge memes would suggest.
The Series S
The Series S is Yin to the Series X’s Yang. The budget-friendly model packs many of the same stand-out features as the Series X, like Quick Resume and Smart Delivery, but is lighter on the specs.
Say hell0 to the Series S.
of expandable internal SSD storage
of gaming resolution with 4K upscaling
At 4.25lbs the Series S is by far the lightest and smallest of the next-gen consoles. It makes the PlayStation 4 look massive.