Xbox One S
The Xbox One S succeeds the original Xbox One released in December 2013 and Microsoft takes advantage of this update to reduce the congestion of its console while slightly improving raw performance. This new Xbox One S also inherits from a Blu-ray Ultra HD player giving it the title of first console living room capable of broadcasting an Ultra HD signal.
- Includes: Xbox One S 500GB Console, full game downloads of Minecraft for Xbox One and Windows 10, Xbox Wireless Controller, HDMI cable (4K Capable), Power cable and 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial.
- Comes with the Favorites Pack, featuring seven fabulous, community-favorite content Packs such as Halo Mash-up and Festive Mash-up.
- Also includes the Builder's Pack, featuring six additional content Packs like the Biome Settlers Pack 1 and Greek Mythology Mash-up.
- Watch 4K Blu-ray movies or stream Netflix and Amazon Prime in 4K Ultra HD. Play over 100 console exclusives and a growing library of Xbox 360 games on Xbox One.
- Here is the troubleshooting information: support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-one/accessories/wireless-controller-disconnects
Product Reviews Pictures
The Xbox One S does not revolutionize the consoles segment, but Microsoft has reviewed its copy in a beautiful way. The Xbox One S is thus more compact and quieter than the original model. It is also the first console to integrate a Blu-ray Ultra HD player and natively support the Ultra HD definition and HDR. In terms of regrets, one can cite the absence of battery for the controller, a multimedia player still limited and a Kinect that seems set aside.
- A little more powerful than the original Xbox One.
- High-performance Ultra HD scaling engine.
- Built-in Ultra HD Blu-ray player.
- HDR compatibility (Blu-ray and games).
- New Bluetooth controller (PC compatible).
- Adapter required to use Kinect.
- Still no battery built into the controller.