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Xbox One S 1TB-White
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Buy Xbox One SThe Xbox One S is available in 500 GB, 1 TB, and a "special edition" 2 TB model, which originally retailed at US$299, $349, and $399 respectively. The 2 TB model was released on August 2, 2016,[107][332] and 1 TB and 500 GB models were released on August 23, 2016.[333] A Gears of War 4..
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Xbox One S Minecraft Bundle-1TB Limited Edition Console
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Xbox One S Minecraft BundleMicrosoft first teased the Xbox One X, a high-end hardware revision of Xbox One, at E3 2016 under the codename "Project Scorpio" and released it on November 7, 2017, with a 1 TB model priced at US$499 and a limited, preorder exclusive "Project Scorpio Edition", with a dark..
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Xbox one s

Xbox One S is the pinnacle of what Microsoft set out to create with the original Xbox One. Despite releasing more than three years ago, the One S is everything a game console should be: sleek, powerful and well-stocked.

The Xbox One S launched three years after the original Xbox One. At the time it captured our attention as a quieter, smaller, higher-quality gaming machine that showed-off the capabilities of the current-gen console.

Since 2016, Microsoft streamlined the console even further by releasing the (now discontinued) Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. This is a system without a disc tray that can only play downloaded games from the Xbox Live Store. The good news is it comes in even cheaper than the standard Xbox One S. Impressive when you consider the original One S 1TB console's price, which was: $349 (£299 / AU$499).

Xbox One S gets a fairly beefy upgrade on its video capabilities, with 4K resolution (3,840x2,160, or four times as sharp as standard 1080p HDTVs) and HDR (high dynamic range, which is basically enhanced contrast and color).

Keep in mind: those features only work on compatible TVs and 4K functionality only works with a small but growing list of compatible video content.

4K can currently be accessed through streaming video services such as Amazon and Netflix (as long as you have the bandwidth to support it and pay for their premium tier) and those new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. Certain games, meanwhile, will eventually be able to take advantage of HDR visual improvements, but don't look for PC-like 4K graphics -- the games are merely upscaled to 4K.