Xbox One S Officially Revealed, It’ll Cost $299 for 4K Video and Smaller Form Factor

on June 13, 2016 12:21 PM

As leaked yesterday, the new and slimmed down version of the Xbox One, simply named “S,” has been revealed by Microsoft during its press conference at E3.

The console will come with 4K support for video, high dynamic range support and a 40% smaller form factor. Unlike its predecessor, it will be equipped to stand vertically with a vertical stand that will also be launched at the same time.

Surprisingly, it’ll also have an integrated power supply.

Update: The price will be $299 for a 500 Gb Hard Drive and it’ll be available this August. Bigger Hard Disk Drive options will be available for $349 for 1 terabyte and $399 for 2 terabytes.

The vertical stand will be available separately for $19.99.

 /  Executive News Editor
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