Everything You Need To Know About Xbox One S
The most noticeable thing is that it’s gone white, but this is much more than a fresh colour scheme – we’re talking a complete overhaul that’ll let the Xbox One use all the pixels on your fancy new 4K TV.
The Xbox One S is 40 per cent smaller than the original machine. That should make it much easier to fit under your telly, and a lot closer to Sony’s PS4 in terms of size. Remember huge external power supply has been consigned to the great tech dustbin – finally, the PSU is integrated. Praise the lord!
That unmistakeable white colour scheme only seems to cover the top of the console; the underside sticks with black. You can keep it laid flat, or stand it up vertically using a stand. We’re not yet sure if this is bundled in or an optional extra.
Inside, you can have ‘up to’ 2TB of disk space, but the entry-level version, which will cost £250, makes do with just 500GB. The console will output 4K video, and even handle high dynamic range (HDR) content too.