Microsoft has made a new Xbox, just it's not by any means new. The X Box 1 S is a 0.5 upgrade to the current Xbox One, instead of its successor. Be that as it may, don't be tricked into intuition it's a similar support, since this one has a lot of things previous one didn't.
While the Xbox One S is in fact the same console that Microsoft release in 2013, there have been noteworthy changes. It's far slicker and prettier, altering a number of the previous ones style issues. It additionally includes 4K and high dynamic range (HDR), which implies your games and videos can benefit as much as possible from the most recent TVs.
It doesn't offer an enormous change on the graphics side. Nor does it profit by the major horse power boost of the next-gen Xbox, codenamed Project Scorpio. Be that as it may, what it has may make it the smash hit gaming console of 2016: it's the most affordable UHD Blu-ray player available. The Xbox One S is the only console to play 4K Blu-ray.
This could make the Xbox One S an astonish hit with movie fans on a financial plan, who are searching for a modest approach to enjoy 4K content. It could rocket 4K Blu-ray sales as well, similarly the Sony PS3 did with standard Blu-ray. Besides, really a not too bad UHD Blu-ray player.Design:At long last, there is the design of the Xbox One S. We cherish it with not very many imperfections worth discussing. Above all else, this new support is reduced without a doubt, with a 40% smaller form that certainly works better with regards to device position and inside heat evacuation. However what's truly shocking about this much smaller new form is the way that Microsoft not just shrank the Xbox with the One S version, additionally figured out how to pack both an internal power supply and a 2TB hard drive into that little space.
This is a significant accomplishment surely and the other smaller plan components like a more compact fan, sides with pores for easier heat escape, all help the new look cool in spite of these compaction features in its design.
Also, the outer body of the One S is something we like. Presently there are two physical buttons for the both the power and eject function of the new One S. These are certainly superior to their capacitive touch version in the previous Xbox One, mainly in light of the fact that they're a great deal more resistant to accidentally touching them while using the console. Besides, the new Xbox One S accompanies an IR blaster along its front, which takes into account remotely interfacing and afterward turning on or off other external devices like your 4K TV, AV collector or satellite box.
- Smaller than Xbox One
- 4K game upscaling
- It's a cheap UHD Blu-ray player
- HDR compatible
- Improved, grippy controller
Not native 4K in games