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Xbox Series S is a next-generation console without the premium price

The Xbox Series S offers next-gen performance without a premium price. This all digital console shares the same core capabilities as the Xbox Series X, applies the same ray tracing effects, uses the same high-speed SSD to reduce loading times and targets a maximum resolution of 1440p.

In addition, the Xbox Series S is Microsoft’s smallest Xbox console ever, 60% smaller than the Xbox Series X, and supports backwards compatibility with all previous Xbox consoles.

Optimized for Xbox Series S and Series X

The Xbox Series S plays all of the same games as the Xbox Series X. It also uses the same Xbox Velocity Architecture to provide blistering fast data transfer speeds. This means, load times for games are drastically reduced and in some instances nonexistent.

Games on Xbox Series S run at 1080p to 1440p natively at 60fps with support up to 120fps. By purchasing a subscription to Xbox Game Pass, you’ll have access to some of the best Xbox games digitally whenever you want to. In addition, you can play thousands of games across previous generations of Xbox consoles with improved texture filtering, higher, more consistent frame rates, faster loading times and auto HDR.

What's the difference between Xbox Series S and Series X?

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are both next-generation consoles. They both use the exact same processor and use AMD RDNA 2 graphics processors. Whereas the Xbox Series X can play games at 4K 120 FPS all the way up to 8K 30 FPS, the Xbox Series S can play games at 1440p 60 FPS up to 120 FPS and games can be upscaled to 4K.

Additionally, the Xbox Series X comes with a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive and the Xbox Series S does not. Storage wise, the Xbox Series X comes with 1 TB of storage for games and the Xbox Series S comes with 512 GB. Both consoles can expand storage via USB external hard drives or by using Seagate Xbox Series X Storage Expansion Cards. Furthermore, the Xbox Series X retails for $599.99 and the Xbox Series S sells for $379.99.

How can you pre-order the Xbox Series S?

The Xbox Series S launches November 10, 2020. Quantities are very limited and we expect stock to sell out quickly. By clicking on the Sign Up Now button, you’ll be notified the moment they’re available for purchase.

Xbox Series S is a next-generation console without the premium price

The Xbox Series S offers next-gen performance without a premium price. This all digital console shares the same core capabilities as the Xbox Series X, applies the same ray tracing effects, uses the same high-speed SSD to reduce loading times and targets a maximum resolution of 1440p.

In addition, the Xbox Series S is Microsoft’s smallest Xbox console ever, 60% smaller than the Xbox Series X, and supports backwards compatibility with all previous Xbox consoles.

Optimized for Xbox Series S and Series X

The Xbox Series S plays all of the same games as the Xbox Series X. It also uses the same Xbox Velocity Architecture to provide blistering fast data transfer speeds. This means, load times for games are drastically reduced and in some instances nonexistent.

Games on Xbox Series S run at 1080p to 1440p natively at 60fps with support up to 120fps. By purchasing a subscription to Xbox Game Pass, you’ll have access to some of the best Xbox games digitally whenever you want to. In addition, you can play thousands of games across previous generations of Xbox consoles with improved texture filtering, higher, more consistent frame rates, faster loading times and auto HDR.

What's the difference between Xbox Series S and Series X?

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are both next-generation consoles. They both use the exact same processor and use AMD RDNA 2 graphics processors. Whereas the Xbox Series X can play games at 4K 120 FPS all the way up to 8K 30 FPS, the Xbox Series S can play games at 1440p 60 FPS up to 120 FPS and games can be upscaled to 4K.

Additionally, the Xbox Series X comes with a 4K UHD Blu-ray drive and the Xbox Series S does not. Storage wise, the Xbox Series X comes with 1 TB of storage for games and the Xbox Series S comes with 512 GB. Both consoles can expand storage via USB external hard drives or by using Seagate Xbox Series X Storage Expansion Cards. Furthermore, the Xbox Series X retails for $599.99 and the Xbox Series S sells for $379.99.

How can you pre-order the Xbox Series S?

The Xbox Series S launches November 10, 2020. Quantities are very limited and we expect stock to sell out quickly. By clicking on the Sign Up Now button, you’ll be notified the moment they’re available for purchase.