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About the product
- What’s in the box: Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition 1TB Console, Project Scorpio Edition Wireless Controller, Xbox One X Vertical Stand, 1-month Game Pass subscription trial, 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial, HDMI cable (4K capable), and AC Power cable.
- Games play better on Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. Experience 40% more power than any other console.
- Custom design console for the biggest fans, “Project Scorpio” inscribed on the console and controller
- 6 teraflops of graphical processing power and a 4K Blu-ray player provide more immersive gaming and entertainment.
- Play with the greatest community of gamers on the most advanced multiplayer network
- Works with all your Xbox One games and accessories;Resolution:4K (2160P)
- Great for 1080p screens—games run smoothly, look great, and load quickly.
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From the manufacturer
The world’s most powerful console.
Games play better on Xbox One X.
Gaming is truly immersive.
4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and video streaming.
Compatible with everything Xbox One.
Which one is yours?
1 4K streaming with select apps, see Xbox.com. Some apps require app provider-specific subscriptions and/or other requirements.
2 Broadband internet required (ISP fees apply).
3 Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature works with select Xbox 360 games, see http://www.xbox.com/backcompat. Xbox Live and broadband internet required for initial download of game to console.
4 Network claim: Independent IHS Markit study, June/July 2017. Tested on Xbox One S v. PlayStation 4 Pro on top 5 selling games with matchmaking; results may vary, not an endorsement. Visit www.xbox.com/betternetwork.
5 Online multiplayer requires Xbox Live Gold (sold separately).
6 Active Gold membership required to play free games. Restrictions Apply.
7 Games sold separately. Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3 and Sea of Thieves are coming soon.
8 Limited number of games available in 2017 support cross-device play; additional games to follow.
9 HDR functionality available with supported games and TVs
Be the first to experience the Xbox One X designed for the biggest fans—the Project Scorpio Edition featuring a custom design, “Project Scorpio” inscribed on both the console and controller, and a vertical stand. With 40% more power than any other console, experience immersive true 4K gaming. Blockbuster titles look great, run smoothly, and load quickly even on a 1080p screen. Xbox One X also works with all your Xbox One games and accessories as well as Xbox Live, the most advanced multiplayer network, giving you more ways to play.2 Games play better on Xbox One X. What’s in the box: Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition 1TB Console, Project Scorpio Edition Wireless Controller, Xbox One X Vertical Stand, 1 month Game Pass subscription trial, 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial9, HDMI cable (4K capable), and AC Power cable.
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My likes: So yeah, the Xbox One X enhanced games look awesome! The first game I downloaded was Halo 5 and was instantly impressed on how smooth and stable the game felt from a console! Definitely impressive although the insane file size of 95GB! The way this game looks even on my 1080p screen I felt outweighed some of my frustrations. I still think its an awesome piece of tech. probably more for enthusiasts than casuals. The console itself is small yet heavy which just makes it feel like a quality product
My dislikes: The Xbox dashboard itself is just absolutely terrible! It feels like everything important is hidden away while things like advertisements are right on the home screen. It's also incredibly slow and unstable even on the "most powerful console ever made" The UI feels slower than the dashboard on the original PS4 or even the Xbox360! WTH! The Xbox store app is especially frustrating as it crashes on me pretty much every time I use it! My other gripe, which is the same as everyone else's, is the lack of first party games. I already knew this before purchasing but I felt it even harder as I scrolled through the Xbox store on my brand new console with not a lot of decent games to download! Lastly, no rechargeable batteries for Xbox One controllers....yeah... still in 2017 apparently its still an issue, this just drives me nuts.
I recommend this console mainly to those that are strictly console gamer's and cant wait for the next gen consoles to come out. You definitely get PC like performance on this with Xbox One X Enhanced games. If you're like me than you are probably unbiased on consoles, and just enjoy gaming, which means you should buy this just so you can have it and be able play any game that comes out!
I have the Xbox X connected to an older LG TV. An unexpected surprise was how much the graphics quality of my games increased even though my TV is not 4K. I had also planned on purchasing a 4K TV but, with the graphics increase, I may just save the money. It loads non-4K games slightly faster and seems to create a smoother gameplay. I also like the reduced console size. Packaging was good, protected the unit well, and has a pleasant appearance.
Several reviews indicate a variety of problems with the new console. I have not had any issues with mine (knock one wood). I also never had any issues with my Xbox One console. I was looking at also purchasing a PS4 Pro (because I like some of their exclusive games) but there seems to be many problems with that console according to their “verified purchase” reviews. Also Sony’s tech support appears to be non-existent according to many of their reviewers. Bottom line, no matter what tech product you get, some are going to have problems. My Xbox 1X works great so far and I am very pleased.
Also, I paid $499 for my unit. Not sure I’d pay $620 for any console!