Months after its announcement, we finally know everything there is to know about the Xbox One X, the new powerful console launching later this year in all markets. During yesterday's Xbox Daily, however, we have managed to learn even more about the consoles.
During yesterday's broadcast live from the E3, an Xbox One X engineer assembles the console live piece by piece. Needless to say, this is a very interesting watch for those interested in the more technical aspects of the new console.
The Xbox One X is the most powerful console ever made so far, sporting a six teraflop GPU, 12 GB of GDDR5 memory and HDR, which will also make already released Xbox One games look and perform better than ever.
Inspired by the sleek design elements of Xbox One S, now in black, Xbox One X is not only the most powerful console we’ve ever created, it’s also the smallest. Like the Xbox One S, it includes a 4K UHD Blu-ray player, built-in power supply, three USB 3.0 ports (one in the front and two in the back), and IR blaster. It can be placed horizontally or vertically with an optional stand. For those who already own an Xbox One S, all the cables you own will transfer over, with port locations designed to be an easy plug-and-play swap in your existing gaming setup.
The Xbox One X launches in all regions on November 7th. The console will be priced at $499 in North America, £449 in the UK, €499 in Europe, $599 in Canada, and $649 in Australia.