The decision to buy a new gaming console comes with a lot of expectations about how it is going to improve your gaming experience. A gaming console should have better processing capabilities, great graphics as well as better-looking and bigger games. In this review, we take a comprehensive look at Xbox One S and Xbox One X Microsoft gaming consoles including their differences and notable similarities.
Xbox S Vs Xbox X Review
Xbox X is currently the most powerful and the most expensive console ever released by Microsoft but it differs from the Xbox S in many ways. The Xbox X has an eye-catching design that includes a black back cover meaning that all heat can be channeled out through the back. The Xbox X is slightly smaller compared to the Xbox S and it is touted by Microsoft as the smallest Xbox ever released but heavier than Xbox S. The Xbox X measures 300 x 240 x 60 mm and 3.8 Kg in weight while the Xbox S measures 295 x 230 x 64 mm and 2.9 Kg in weight.
Both Xbox One X and Xbox One S share matching connectivity with built-in power supply. Xbox X boasts of a better performance and is able to deliver a 4K gaming experience although the Xbox S can still upscale some games to 4K even if it is not designed to be a 4K console. The Xbox X has an amazing resolution with image that almost seems three dimensional while the Xbox S has an image quality that feels resolutely 2D.
Which Console Is Right For You?
The differences between Xbox One S and the original Xbox One are fairly minimal but the Xbox S comes with improved graphics as well as higher storage capacity variants. However, the Xbox X is an entirely different gaming console with major improvements that include an improved CPU that works at a higher frequency as well as great graphics. The Xbox X is currently the only gaming console with a 4K Blu-Ray player making it the ideal choice for those looking for a better gaming experience.Another massive thing to think about when you are thinking of getting either one of these gaming consoles is the price difference. Is the £100 additional cost worth it. I would recommend doing some shopping around before purchasing either console because you might be able to find a good deal from a retailer, buy one second hand from Ebay or even spread the cost with a credit catalogue.