Xbox One X Review

Microsoft’s positioned the $500 Xbox One X as the most powerful console ever made. That’s a claim that’s easily backed up by stunning visual and performance upgrades for both its first-party games and select enhanced multi-platform games. That gives the One X a noticeable advantage over its closest competitor, the $400 PS4 Pro. The catch of this slender, cool, and dead-quiet console is that its value is dependent on developers updating their games to make the most of it.

Like the One S, the One X can be laid horizontally or vertically and has an internal power supply, so there’s no bulky power brick to deal with. Its black matte plastic casing is sleek, but not quite as attractive as the semi-perforated shell and striking white finish Microsoft presented with the One S.

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