So, finally I can take them out of their boxes (above), then present them in a light comparison gallery (below). Unlike previous pay generations, it doesn’t come with a physical coupon for subscription services like the new Xbox, Xbox Game Pass or Xbox Live Gold, as MicroSt. (Appeal apology to longtime Xbox subscribers in hopes of a 14-day reunion at Bux.)
With retail versions of both consoles on hand, I can now make sure I’m full-steam on preparing their reviews and comparisons. While I can’t say anything yet, I’m laser-focused on the 29 299 question until late: how will the power of the same games Series X be the same on both the power of “up to 4K” and the power of “1440p”? Disless Series S? Plus, of course, I have all the other types of tests in mind: power draw, noise, memory limitations and so much more. (Anything you want to know, ask away in the comments, and I’ll “keep those questions in mind as I go to work.”)
While I can’t say exactly when those reviews will start yet, you can be sure that they will arrive on time for the launch of the console on November 10th and at online and brick-and-mortar retailers.
Image listed by Sam Mackovitch