Microsoft launched the Xbox One S earlier this month, revitalizing its current-generation console lineup with some new features. Here’s how it stacks up against the previous version.
The Xbox One S is 40 percent smaller than its predecessor and is built to stand on its side, unlike the Xbox One. It also packs support for 4K streaming video, and 4K Blu-Ray playback, but not native 4K gaming.
Here’s the bottom line: It’s a big upgrade from the Xbox 360, and possibly worthwhile for people who need a little extra room on their TV stand or those who could benefit from 4K video. But existing Xbox One owners with standard HD TVs probably don’t have a reason to buy one.
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