All You Need to Know about Xbox Series X

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All You Need to Know about Xbox Series X

When the Xbox Series S was announced, it got a lot of attention for its powerful specs and impressive features. What Microsoft hasn’t talked much about, however, is the price tag. The new console costs $499 — nearly twice as much as the predecessor. Is that too expensive for  best real money casinos nz gamers?

Microsoft has always known that it had to offer a compelling value proposition to compete with the PS4 and Nintendo Switch. For the last two years, Microsoft has focused on offering better hardware at a lower cost. That strategy worked well for them with the original Xbox One, and now they plan to follow the same playbook with the next-generation Xbox.

A new Xbox model with less powerful specs would probably sell for around $400 or $450. This gives Microsoft a wider margin to work with and makes their current pricing strategy seem more reasonable. Below, we quickly look at everything that you need to know about the console.

All You Need to Know about Xbox Series X

  1. The Xbox series X is a 4K-capable gaming system designed by Amazon subsidiary GameWorks. It uses an AMD processor (with custom Radeon GPU) and comes in various models starting at 1TB up to 8 TB.
  2. The base model of the Xbox line will have 8GB RAM, while other variants may add additional memory. While not advertised yet, all versions should be able to support HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and FreeSync 2.0 displays. Games usually require a minimum of 6 GB of VRAM, so this model should be fine.
  3. Microsoft also says that there are no plans to introduce any australia pokies online or features for the first year after launch. However, they hinted that some new things could come in 2022.
  4. There are two types of storage: HDD and SSD. There is no difference between the two in terms of speed. Some users claim that the SSD offers better performance but it’s really down to personal preference.
  5. The size is what makes me skeptical about the decision to include 12GB DDR5. I mean why not go big even if you’re only using one stick – it’s 2021 for God’s sake!
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