Console Specs Comparison: Xbox One S, Project Scorpio Switch and PS4 Pro
If you are in the market to buy a new console, It is very confusing right now to pick one. All consoles are fighting for supremacy and now Switch is jumped into the race as well, to make the choice easy for you we have collect the specs of the current consoles in one neat chart below.
Check out all the revealed specs, prices, and release-date information on Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft’s new consoles, Which includes, Xbox One, Xbox One S, Project Scorpio, Playstation 4, Playstation 4 pro and the most anticipating Switch.
Switch is aiming to launch on March 3, Check out Specs, features, and prices for all the modern consoles in the chart below.
|Xbox One S||Project Scorpio||PlayStation 4 Pro||Switch|
|CPU||1.75GHz 8-core AMD custom CPU||8-core AMD custom CPU||8-core AMD custom “Jaguar” CPU||1020MHz Nvidia custom Tegra SOC (*Clockspeed TBC)|
|GPU||Integrated AMD graphics clocked at 914MHz||Integrated AMD graphics with 6 teraflops of performance||Integrated AMD Polaris graphics with 4.2 teraflops of performance||768MHz (docked)/307.2MHz (undocked) Nvidia custom Tegra SOC (*Clockspeeds TBC)|
|RAM||8GB DDR3||TBD||8GB GDDR5||4GB (*TBC)|
|Storage||500GB, 1TB, 2TB (5,400rpm) hard drive options, supports external hard drive storage||TBD||1TB||32GB. Storage can be expanded via MicroSDXC card.|
|Dimensions||11.6×8.9×2.5 inches||TBD||12.8×11.6×2.1 inches||TBC|
|Weight||6.4 pounds||TBD||7.2 pounds||TBC|
|Color||Black and white||TBD||Black||Black (Joy-Con controllers are also available in red/blue)|
|Optical Drive||4K/HDR Blu-ray drive||TBD||Blu-ray/DVD||NA|
|Networking||Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi A/B/G/N/AC 2.4GHz and 5GHz||TBD||
802.11A/B/G/N/AC Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
|Internet Subscription||Xbox Live required to play online||TBD||PS Plus required to play online||Nintendo Switch Online Service required to play online|
|Ports||Power, HDMI 2.0a in, HDMI 2.0a out, 3x USB 3.0, S/PDIF, Kinect port, IR out||TBD||HDMI, 3x USB 3.1, 1x Gigabit Ethernet, 1x PS Camera||Game Card, Audio Jack, SD card slot, USB-C, HDMI out|
|Integrated Display||NA||NA||NA||6.2-inch 1280×720 resolution multi-touch capacitive display|
|4K Support||Yes (video playback only)||Yes||Yes||TBC|
|Release Date||August 2, 2016||TBD Holiday 2017||November 10, 2016||March 3, 2016|
|Release Price||$299.99 (500GB), $349.99 (1TB), $399.99 (2TB)||TBD||$399.99||$299.99|
Here are the things which you should know about the consoles.
Most powerful console in the lineup: Microsoft’s Project Scorpio console is going to become the most powerful system with its 6 teraflops of performance, it will be launched in 2017.
Most storage: The console that currently offers the most storage space out of the box is the 2TB version of the Xbox One S. but you can swap out the storage drives on the PlayStation 4 consoles, which is something Xbox One systems currently can’t do but you can add external storage devices to the system. The Switch also features expandable storage via its MicroSDXC card slot.
Most heaviest console: Without knowing the weight of Project Scorpio, the original Xbox One is the heaviest of the bunch, weighing 7.8 pounds but I don’t think you will be carrying these consoles as a laptop, so I don’t think weight really matters but just to let you know.