The Xbox Series X delivers exceptional value for the hardware inside, but the battle against gaming PCs isn’t as cut-and-dry as you may think.
Are you on the hunt for a totally new gaming machine, only interested in gaming, and want as much raw firepower as possible for your money? Then you might want to consider the $500 Xbox Series X that launched on November 10. There’s no way you can even come close to building a Series X-equivalent PC for anywhere near the $500 price tag of Microsoft’s next-generation console.
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