With new Xbox consoles on the brink of release, it is time to figure out which one will suit you better for all your home entertainment experiences. Microsoft is planning to release two consoles on November 10, 2020, the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.
These consoles will be what “Power Your Dreams” is based on a claim by Microsoft. This guide will help you show you the differences between the two consoles and which is right for you.
The significant difference between the two consoles is resolution and an optical drive. The Xbox Series X will support 4K and include an optical drive while the Xbox Series S will support 1440p with no optical drive. So it is really up to you to determine if you want to spend $499 for 4K content and optical drive or $299 for 1440p and no optical drive. When it…
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