The Xbox One S is the definitive version of Microsoft’s game console, featuring a gorgeously slim design, HDR gaming capabilities, and 4K Blu-ray and streaming support. But the older, chunkier Xbox One is far from obsolete; it plays the same great library of Xbox One games, works better with Kinect and can be found for $50 less than the One S.
So, which Xbox One is right for you — at least until Project Scorpio comes out? That all depends on your needs.
The Xbox One S is unquestionably the best looking and most space-conscious version of Microsoft’s games machine. Aside from being 40 percent smaller than the big, boxy Xbox One, the One S ditches its predecessor’s annoying external power brick, and includes a stand for propping the system up vertically.
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