Recap: Microsoft has fully unveiled both the Xbox Series X, and the Xbox Series S. Coming in at the aggressive price points of $499 and $299 respectively, the consoles will launch globally November 10th, with pre-orders starting September 22nd. A hardware subscription option is also available, $24.99 for 24 months will get you the Xbox Series S, with the Series X subscription at $34.99. The wait is finally over. Microsoft has fully unveiled the pricing, specs, and release dates for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. Both consoles are looking to be attractive offers for different audiences, but it might not be obvious which one is best for your needs. Let's make a quick comparison to get the big picture of what Microsoft is offering come November 10th. … [Read more...] about Xbox Series S vs Series X spec-by-spec comparison
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The Xbox Series S is far more affordable, however, albeit a less powerful alternative for consumers to consider. It’s digital-only, so you’ll be at the mercy of the Microsoft store for any purchases you make. Microsoft will be hoping to use the appeal of Xbox Game Pass, its Netflix-like subscription service, and Project xCloud, that lets gamers stream games from the cloud. It looks like it will disrupt the market, with a price point that is aimed at those who are willing to compromise on power for a much better price. … [Read more...] about Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S: which Xbox will be right for you?
Just as we told you how to extend the life of your laptop, these are some tips to keep your current-gen game console running smoothly. Consoles can be fickle: They're mostly sealed boxes, they generate a lot of heat (while often sitting in enclosed living room media centers) and most still have spinning hard disks and optical drives -- both of which can be a point of failure. You might recall that the original run of the Xbox 360 had a high lifetime failure rate, indicated by the dreaded Red Ring of Death. … [Read more...] about How to extend the life of your PS4 or Xbox One