Microsoft's new Xbox One S goes on sale this August for $299
Microsoft's flagship console, the Xbox One is getting an upgrade and the new model unveiled during E3 2016 will be called the Xbox One S. The new model is 40% smaller than the original Xbox One and Microsoft also went the extra mile by giving it a new paintjob that is primarily white with a hint of black. Also, the Xbox One S now comes with an integrated power supply just like the PS4.
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The smaller size also equates to a new vertical standing position like the older Xbox 360. But beyond that, Microsoft is touting that the new Xbok One S will feature 4K video playback and HDR will be supported in both games and videos. Oh yeah, there's also a new white controller to match the new console. The controller included with the Xbox One S features Bluetooth and users will be able to pair it up with a Windows 10 PC if they wish to do so.
Microsoft will begin shipping the new Xbox One S in August for US$ 299 (~MYR 1,200) and US$ 349 (~MYR 1,400) respectively for the 500GB and 1TB model. Additionally, there will also be a limited edition Xbox One S which will arrive before the mainstream models and that will cost US$ 399 (~MYR 1,600) and comes with a 2TB hard disk.
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