Microsoft starts shipping Xbox One S 2TB pre-orders
Microsoft has showcased its Xbox One S console on June 13, 2016 during the E3 2016 press conference. Now, with the console expected to be released tomorrow August 2, 2016, it seems the company has already started shipping out the console for gamers who pre-ordered it.
The Xbox One S is 40% smaller than the Xbox One, supports the use of a stand for vertical orientation, has a controller sync button in front, and no longer has an external power supply. According to Microsoft, the Xbox One S supports 4K resolution videos and HDR color using HDR10.
The Xbox One S will be released in three internal storage variants of 2TB, 1TB and 500GB. The 1GB and 500GB variants will be available to purchase starting from August 23, 2016 while the 2TB variant is available starting tomorrow, August 2, 2016.
Here’s are the prices of the three variants of the upcoming Xbox One S console:
- 500GB – $299
- 1TB – $349
- 2TB – $399
If you haven’t pre-ordered this console yet, don’t worry: Microsoft confirmed that on August 2, 2016, the console would be available in “select regions”. If you want to get an idea of what the new console looks like, you can watch the Xbox One S presentation video below:
Remember, Microsoft is planning to release its Project Scorpio console in 2017 and according to reports, this will be the best console available. If you already own an Xbox One console, we suggest you save some money and prepare yourself for the Project Scorpio console, expected to come equipped with some awesome specifications and features.
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