1. WindowsCentral.com's Avatar
    The Xbox One X has finally been announced, and it's a bit of a monster.
    The Xbox One X is designed to power 4K gaming and provide access to all sorts of 4K media, including Netflix and UHD Blu-rays. The Xbox One X also supports HDR and wide color gamut for vivid gameplay visuals, in addition to various other technical enhancements delivered by game devs.
    All that power comes at a price, though. Not only will you need a pricey 4K TV set to get the most out of the Xbox One X, the console itself is set to cost $499.99, which is certainly in the upper range historically when it comes to video game consoles.
    There's a good discussion taking place on the Windows Central Xbox forums about this very topic right now, and we'd like to hear from more of you - do you plan on jumping on the Xbox One X when it launches this November?

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    06-22-2017 10:40 AM
  2. slepr's Avatar
    Will replace my DayOne edition with the X
    06-22-2017 10:50 AM

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