Alex gets up close and personal with the new Xbox One S.
Xbox One S: Get a closer look with our hands-on video
Alex got the chance to spend a little quality time with the new Xbox One S at E3.
The console was revealed at Microsoft’s conference. It’s 40% slimmer and will support HDR and 4K video.
If you want to use the Kinect with the Xbox One S, you’ll need a USB adaptor, but if you already own a Kinect, Microsoft will throw in the adaptor for free when you upgrade according to Xbox Wire. Just visit the Xbox support page when you have your new console in hand.
The Xbox One S will launch this August. You can pick up the limited edition with a 2TB hard drive at $399, or the two standard editions with 500GB for $299 and 1TB for $349 that will be available sometime after the limited release.
Be sure to check out our E3 2016 hub for all the news, videos, screenshots, interviews and much more, live and direct for this year’s show.
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