Gaming

Xbox Series X and Series S unboxed

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

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.

spare.

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.
512GB
512GB

4 Teraflops of processing power

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of gaming resolution with 4K upscaling

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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.