Xbox One S Announced
Microsoft kicked off their E3 Conference today by showing off their new Xbox One S.
The slim model features some new specs that may entice players to upgrade from the original box. In addition to now being 40% slimmer, the console will also have a 2TB hard drive, support 4K gaming, offer HDR, has a built-in power supply, and even feature a newly redesigned controller.
Unfortunately, the dedicated Kinect port has been removed. For players wishing to use Kinect, a separate USB to Kinect power supply accessory will be available at a later date.
The Xbox One S will be available in August for $299.