Xbox One X VS Xbox One S REVIEW What You Need To Know (Xbox One X OUT Nov 7th)

Xbox One X VS Xbox One S REVIEW What You Need To Know (Xbox One X OUT Nov 7th)


what’s up guys in this video I’m gonna
be comparing the Xbox 1x alongside the Xbox 1s I’m going to be sharing the
differences that the two systems have along with the similarities that they
share I’m also going to be giving you my personal take as to whether the new
system is worth investing in so if you are a Microsoft fan and you’re looking
forward to the release of the new system don’t go anywhere
I got more coming up right after this hey guys welcome back to my channel this
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you will do the same for this video here so guys class is in session make sure
you take out your pencils and your paper and get ready to take some notes on the
comparisons with these two systems the Xbox one X and the Xbox one s alright
guys so I’ve done some research on both of these systems and if you are a
Microsoft fan and you’re looking forward to the release of the new system which
is going to be on November 7th then hopefully by the end of this video you
will have a good idea and feel informed enough to know whether or not you really
want to invest in the new system or not so guys I’m just gonna kick things off
with describing how both of these systems are similar so this is really
simple guys actually all both systems are gonna come with three USB connectors
one in front two in the back also in the rear a pair of HDMI ports which is short
for high-definition Multimedia Interface 2.0 be out and 1.4 be in Ethernet s/pdif
audio which is short for Sony Phillips digital interface for Matt and I are
output which is of course short for infrared which relates to the use of a
remote control so on both support 4k HDR content which HDR stands for high
dynamic range through HDR t s– sorry HT are ten standard both have UHD blu-ray
disk drives both have dolby atmos and dolby digital 5.1 audio so guys just to
sum up all of this if you already have an xbox one s basically the Xbox one X
is gonna have everything that the Xbox one s has in the back of it if you just
look at the back of your Xbox one s right now then basically you’re gonna
see the exact same connections and hookups that are gonna come with the
Xbox one X so that’s pretty simple and also if you are home theater enthusiast
both of these systems are gonna be able to accommodate you if you’re really into
that really rich and really you you really like a lot of visuals and that
really rich sound and audio quality then both these systems will cater to your
liking so now both systems also support on high dynamic range in certain games
but there are some slight differences which we will get to later on in the
video and both systems played the exact same
games so both systems are gonna play games the 360 games as well as the Xbox
one games the only difference is that there are gonna be some titles that will
be released which will have a sticker on them that says enhanced for Xbox one X
and basically that means that if you play it on the Xbox one X you will be
able to experience the true 4k gaming and they will come with a few extra
bells and whistles that you can visually check out a lot of things are gonna be
richer and fuller because of the high resolution and the quality that true 4k
gaming can afford you on the Xbox one X ok guys so let’s move on over to how
these two systems are different so basically the first thing that is the
most obvious thing is the design of the two systems the Xbox one X is smaller
than the Xbox one s and this is really remarkable because I don’t know if
you’ve been paying attention to the campaign that Microsoft has been running
for the new system but they’ve been saying that this is the most powerful
console in the world and but at the same time it is also the smallest
Xbox ace ever designed so they have crammed a ton of power and a lot of
processing our into this small system so that’s
pretty impressive the 1s comes in white while the 1x is currently being only
offered in black the xbox 1x can compete with mid-range gaming PCs which is
really really impressive while the Xbox 1s is similar to the Xbox one that
launched back in 2013 so guys if you decide to invest in an Xbox 1s you’re
basically gonna be investing in old technology technology from back in 2013
there’s a lot of similarities between that system as with the original Xbox
one whereas the the Xbox one X is completely revolutionary is capable of
doing the true 4k gaming and and really that to be honest Microsoft is putting
all of his eggs in one basket they’re really banking on the the hopes that a
lot of gamers out there are going to really want to crave that 4k are that on
that true 4k gaming experience and that’s really their hoping that’s what’s
going to motivate them to really go out and buy the system they’re hoping that
that will be the purchasing power for getting people to invest into their
system now looking at the Xbox one s it has been upscaled from Full HD but the
big thing about the Xbox 1s is that it has its gonna come with a feature that’s
called checkerboarding anti-aliasing technology and what that does is it
creates pickle pickles it creates pixels where there are none giving the
impression of a sharper clearer image but this is actually not true for K as
in with the case with the Xbox one X also the Xbox one s supports a high
dynamic range gaming at any resolution now if we look at the Xbox one X it can
render games at a much higher resolution than the 1s images are much richer and
more detailed imaging increase in video memory means textures and games will be
much at will be at a much higher resolution and it has more scope for big
effects such as smoke and explosion so basically if you’re playing on the Xbox
one X and your encounter billows of smoke or or finely detailed elements
that might affect the atmosphere or the environment where your
everything is gonna jump out at you is gonna be so much more detailed you’re
gonna be able to really observe more of your surrounding and really feel like
you’re more immersed in the gameplay now let’s move on over to Hardware not as
far as Hardware is concerned the major thing that is the difference between the
two systems is that the Xbox one X is gonna come with a new cooling and power
delivery system so Microsoft has really tried to step up their game in really
trying to squash the whole overheating issue with a lot of their units they’re
hoping this new cooling system will help to really minimize a lot of that heat
buildup and but a lot of the specs that we have for the Xbox one X are really on
paper so we have yet to really see whether or not this new cooling system
is going to be something that’s gonna be louder is it gonna generate more noise
what the system is gonna be quieter we don’t know so but we just have what’s on
paper now let’s move on over to storage now storage is really really important
because of course dealing in modern day gaming we all know we need to be able to
have a lot of space available on these systems to be able to download these
games store all this space as well as all the other multimedia elements such
as music and other detailed things that people you know have going on with their
systems now the 1s is more ideal and more versatile in terms of storage space
because you can buy different units at different storage capacities starting
with 500 gigabytes which I believe the starting price for that is 250 dollars
and it starts at 500 gigabytes and it goes all the way up to 2 terabytes so
that’s really gonna be much more flexible much more within a lot of
people’s budgets you know to be able to afford that with Xbox 1s possibly at the
500 gigabyte level now the Xbox one X is gonna come with one terabyte with eight
gigabytes of flash storage now the reason why Microsoft is doing the 8
gigabytes of flash storage that they’re kind of tagging onto the system is
they’re wanting the operating system to be able to store the most frequently
accessed files for a faster solid-state storage so basically whenever you get on
your come on your Xbox one X people Microsoft really wants you to be able to
quickly jump right back into exactly where you left off get right back into
whatever your normal habit or routine is with getting onto your system and your
gaming experience they want to be able to generate that processing power really
quickly so that’s kind of what Microsoft is going for with that now I just went
over price a little bit I told you guys that the the Xbox one s is going to be
250 gigabytes I’m sorry it’s gonna be $250 and the Xbox one X is
gonna be 499 dollars so yes it’s definitely in a league of its own in
terms of price the Xbox one X I know I don’t know a lot of kids who their
parents are just gonna run out and spend $500 for a new system but anyway so
that’s pretty much the price differences between the system the $250 one s is
pretty much gonna be the 500 gigabyte system you can buy and the $499 Xbox one
X is gonna be the one terabyte with the 8 gigabyte of flash storage all right
guys so basically just to sum everything up honestly I really the more I analyze
both of the situations with both systems I really don’t think that the Xbox one X
is all that much of a necessity at this point and even Microsoft came out in an
article a few weeks ago and I thought it was so funny that they did this because
they spent so much time promoting this campaign saying oh it’s the most
powerful system in the world it’s the distance and that and then they turn
around like a few weeks before the launch of the system and they say ok we
realized that this system isn’t for everybody and yeah it’s not for
everybody because this system is not presenting and a completely new a
hundred percent upgrade to a completely new gaming experience that no one has
ever seen with features that are know that are not found anywhere else on any
other system the only thing that this system is able to do is the true 4k
gaming which of course is revolutionary and is amazing and visually is really
awesome and wonderful hardcore gamers are definitely gonna want to take
advantage of that and get get into that but because of the price and because of
the fact that that is the only thing that’s the only difference between the
major difference between that and the xbox one s I really don’t think that
this is gonna be a well cost-effective first of all and second of all I mean
the Xbox one s is already capable of nearly almost generating the same level
of resolution not entirely but it can give the impression of it and for most
gamers I think that’s really gonna be all they really need in order to play
these games I mean unless you just really have to see that squirrel that’s
like 10 miles in the distance of wherever your gameplay is just climbing
up that tree and you really want to see the expression on his face and you might
want to get the Xbox one X so you can see the expression on his face but other
than that I mean I think people are really going to be more focused on the
content of the games the gameplay the quality of the games and at the
affordability because at the end of the day the majority of gamers out there or
the the purchasing power really lies for me in my opinion the purchasing power
really lies with parents who are going to be willing to go out there and buy
those systems for their kids come Christmas time come Thanksgiving time
come holidays and birthdays is really gonna come down to parents who can
afford it within their budget to get their kids something that their kids are
gonna enjoy and so now Microsoft wants to come out and say well this system
isn’t for everybody well of course they want to say that because you know they
can’t really afford to abandon the Xbox one s right now because that’s gonna be
their main they’re they’re real flagship they’re trying to make the Xbox one X
out to be their flagship but it’s really not it’s a shiny new toy but it’s not
the flagship the flagship is really the Xbox one s that’s what’s going to sell
that’s what parents are going to buy that’s what teenagers are going to be
playing and as for the Xbox one X that’s gonna be reserved for like high-level
gamers who are you know wanting to just you know they have they’ve saved up
their money they’re willing to invest they regularly invest in in gaming
material and gaming technology that’s their habit that might be their career
and they want to basically be able to play on that high quality level but they
are in the mine so yes anyways guys I’m just gonna end
the video right there and I may do another video that will give you a list
of the games that are gonna be enhanced for the Xbox one s X I’m sorry but um
that’ll be a little later on but guys just to let you guys know the system is
gonna come out on November the 7th and hopefully by listening to this video and
checking out my information and my breakdown of the systems it will help
you to understand a little bit more of what’s going on in terms of the
competition between the Xbox one s and the Xbox one s all right guys that’s
been my presentation class is dismissed this is astronaut I will see you guys in
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