When to go for the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro
When the next big console launches, everyone is going to want to know how the Xbox’s gaming console stacks up.
But how much will it cost?
And what will it bring to the table?
Here’s a look at what you need to know about the next generation of consoles.
Microsoft’s new Xbox console is set to hit stores next month, and it’ll likely be the biggest launch of the decade.
That’s because it’ll be the most powerful console ever made.
The Xbox One S, which debuted back in November, will be slightly smaller and more power efficient, but it’ll still cost you more than $1,000.
This is due to the fact that Microsoft’s Xbox One will feature two screens at once, and a 3D image that can be used for stereoscopic 3D.
(Microsoft will also be launching a version of its own headset later this year, called the Xbox 360 SmartGlass.)
While you can spend a lot more than the $1k price tag on the Xbox one, you’ll also be getting a lot less bang for your buck.
The console will offer a base model that will be able to play most games at 720p resolution.
The other model, the Xbox Pro, will offer 1080p resolution and a 10-core CPU, which will make the Xbox 720-compatible, but will be only a bit more powerful.
The Pro model is slated to retail for $999, while the Xbox S will go for $799.
Both the Xbox and the Xbox Live will also feature two displays.
The new console will feature a 7.9-inch screen that’s a bit taller than the Xbox, while it’ll also feature a 5.7-inch display that’s slightly taller than its predecessor.
Both consoles will have built-in speakers, a 10.1-megapixel camera, a 5-megabyte hard drive, a 1TB hard drive and 4GB of RAM.
The S model will have an optional Blu-ray drive, while you’ll have to get the PS4 Pro for a bigger upgrade.
For the Xbox console, Microsoft has said that it’s focused on making the experience more immersive, with a focus on using the Xbox SmartGlass.
The display uses 3D holographic images to bring you a closer view of the game.
This will allow you to focus on a single thing, while at the same time not being distracted from your game.
The system will also support Xbox One-specific audio.
Microsoft will make all the games it sells on the new Xbox one more accessible by bringing them up to 1080p on the S and Pro models.
The PS4 will support a lower resolution for “upgrading” games to 1080.
The only exception to this is for a few upcoming titles like Minecraft and Star Wars Battlefront II, which should still be able be played on 1080p.
The Xbox One and PS4 are both launching in 2018.
The price will be around $500 for the S, $499 for the Pro, and $999 for the full-sized Xbox One.
The full price of the Xbox is set at $1.49 per month.