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    Xbox Series X Consoles

    Xbox Series X console features

    The Xbox Series X comes with 16GB of ram and has a custom processor, which is capable of cranking out 12 TFLOPS graphics processing power. To put it into context, the Xbox Series X has eight times the graphics processing power of the Xbox One.

    With advanced features including Variable Rate Shading, DirectX ray tracing and Variable Refresh Rate games on the Xbox Series X are truly mesmerizing. All this power means that the Xbox Series X can handle 4K visuals at 60 fps and beyond. It also has the capability to hit a blazingly high 120FPS and supports resolutions up to 8K.

    The Xbox Series X continues the tradition of backwards compatibility by allowing you to play four generations of content including the original Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One and the latest Xbox Series X cutting-edge games and experiences.

    A truly groundbreaking feature that helps ease the transition from Xbox One to Xbox Series X is Smart Delivery. This technology ensures that when you buy a game, it will only need to be purchased once, whether it’s bought on the Xbox One or Xbox Series X. Your original purchase follows you across multiple Xbox platforms and optimizes itself for free. Not every game supports this but you can count on all exclusive Xbox Game Studios titles such as Halo Infinite to support Smart Delivery.

    The new Quick Resume feature lets you pick up right where you left off without long loading times. The Xbox Series X pushes pixels and juggles HD content like never before, allowing you to suspend and resume multiple games at once.

    Finally, the Xbox Series X comes equipped with an SSD that cuts down on, if not completely eliminates, game loading times. The best part of this tech is that it also improves your experience with previous Xbox generations gaming content. It will load faster than ever before getting you into the game in a flash.

    What is the difference between Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S?

    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. And, they both play the same games. 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.

    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.

    For players who want the highest resolution possible, like to purchase physical games, have physical discs from previous generations and want to play them on a next-generation console and watch Ultra HD Blu-ray movies, the Xbox Series X is the best option. And, for those players who love the convenience of purchasing their games digitally, streaming their movies, do not have to have the highest resolutions possible and have a digital library of older games, the Xbox Series S is the perfect choice

    What comes with the Xbox Series X?

    The Xbox Series X comes with everything you need to get up and running. In addition to the console itself, you get an Xbox Series X controller, power cord and HDMI cable.

    Xbox Series X Consoles

    Xbox Series X console features

    The Xbox Series X comes with 16GB of ram and has a custom processor, which is capable of cranking out 12 TFLOPS graphics processing power. To put it into context, the Xbox Series X has eight times the graphics processing power of the Xbox One.

    With advanced features including Variable Rate Shading, DirectX ray tracing and Variable Refresh Rate games on the Xbox Series X are truly mesmerizing. All this power means that the Xbox Series X can handle 4K visuals at 60 fps and beyond. It also has the capability to hit a blazingly high 120FPS and supports resolutions up to 8K.

    The Xbox Series X continues the tradition of backwards compatibility by allowing you to play four generations of content including the original Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One and the latest Xbox Series X cutting-edge games and experiences.

    A truly groundbreaking feature that helps ease the transition from Xbox One to Xbox Series X is Smart Delivery. This technology ensures that when you buy a game, it will only need to be purchased once, whether it’s bought on the Xbox One or Xbox Series X. Your original purchase follows you across multiple Xbox platforms and optimizes itself for free. Not every game supports this but you can count on all exclusive Xbox Game Studios titles such as Halo Infinite to support Smart Delivery.

    The new Quick Resume feature lets you pick up right where you left off without long loading times. The Xbox Series X pushes pixels and juggles HD content like never before, allowing you to suspend and resume multiple games at once.

    Finally, the Xbox Series X comes equipped with an SSD that cuts down on, if not completely eliminates, game loading times. The best part of this tech is that it also improves your experience with previous Xbox generations gaming content. It will load faster than ever before getting you into the game in a flash.

    What is the difference between Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S?

    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. And, they both play the same games. 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.

    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.

    For players who want the highest resolution possible, like to purchase physical games, have physical discs from previous generations and want to play them on a next-generation console and watch Ultra HD Blu-ray movies, the Xbox Series X is the best option. And, for those players who love the convenience of purchasing their games digitally, streaming their movies, do not have to have the highest resolutions possible and have a digital library of older games, the Xbox Series S is the perfect choice

    What comes with the Xbox Series X?

    The Xbox Series X comes with everything you need to get up and running. In addition to the console itself, you get an Xbox Series X controller, power cord and HDMI cable.