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Microsoft have debuted the Xbox One S, a brand new slim design of the Xbox One.
Unveiled during their E3 briefing, the brand new slimmer design of the Xbox One, coated in a “robot white” colour, will be 40 percent smaller and boasts a internal power supply.
Available for pre-order today, and hitting stores in August, the console will support 4K Ulta HD for Blu-ray movies and content streamed such as the likes of Netflix and Amazon Video.
“Gamers have never had more choice in how and where they play,” Head of Xbox Phil Spencer said.
“We are bringing our biggest games lineup ever to Xbox One and Windows 10, uniting gamers across networks on Xbox Live and expanding the Xbox One family of devices with the addition of Xbox One S …. to give gamers more choice in how and where they play. There’s never been a better time to be an Xbox gamer.
Three editions of the new Xbox One S will available – a 500GB, a 1TB and a limited edition 2TB edition.
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