Xbox One S is the newest member of Xbox family. It’s 40 percent smaller than the current Xbox One console plus comes with built-in power supply. It has three USB ports and pairing button to the front of the Xbox One S.
2TB Xbox One S launch edition will begin hitting shelves in select regions on August 2.
Until Neo’s launch, Xbox One S is the only console that support Blu-ray videos in 4K Ultra HD with HDR. It comes bundled with the new Xbox Wireless Controller and can be purchased as a standalone item for $59.99 USD and will also be available on August 2.
Xbox One S is also available in 1TB and 500GB variant priced at $349 USD and $299 USD. Whereas, the 2TB variant is accessible at $399 USD. More details can be found on Microsoftstore.com‘s pre-order page.