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- This bundle includes: Xbox One S 500GB Console, full game download of Battlefield 1, one month of EA Access, Xbox Wireless Controller, HDMI cable (4K Capable), Power cable and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial.
- Discover a world at war through an adventure-filled campaign or in epic multiplayer battles with up to 64 players on Xbox Live.
- Watch 4K Blu-ray movies and stream 4K content on Netflix and Amazon Video.
- Experience richer, more luminous colors in games and video with High Dynamic Range.
- Play over 100 console exclusives and a growing library of Xbox 360 games on Xbox One.
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Over 1,300 games: blockbusters, popular franchises, and Xbox One exclusives.
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4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and video streaming.
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1 4K streaming with select apps, see Xbox.com. Some apps require app provider-specific subscriptions and/or other requirements. See xbox.com/live. Dolby Atmos for Headphones requires additional purchase from Microsoft Store.
2 Forza Motorsport 7, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Star Wars Battlefront II, FIFA 18, Middle-earth: Shadow of War, are coming soon. EA Access requires paid subscription, sold separately; see www.ea.com/eaaccess for details.
3 Xbox Game Pass monthly subscription required; continues until cancelled. Game selection varies over time. Learn more at www.xbox.com/game-pass. 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. PC hardware requirements may vary for games on Windows 10.
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 HDR functionality available with supported games and TVs.
6 Broadband internet required (ISP fees apply). 4K streaming with select apps, see Xbox.com. Some apps require app provider-specific subscriptions and/or other requirements. See xbox.com/live. Dolby Atmos for Headphones requires additional purchase from Microsoft Store.
7 Broadband internet required (ISP fees apply). Online multiplayer requires Xbox Live Gold (sold separately). Limited number of games available in 2017 support cross-device play; additional games to follow. Active Xbox Live Gold membership required to play free games.
8 Advanced TV hardware and broadband internet required; ISP fees apply. 4K streaming with select apps, see Xbox.com. Some apps require app provider-specific subscriptions and/or other requirements. See xbox.com/live.
The Xbox One S 500GB Console - Battlefield 1 Bundle includes: Xbox One S 500GB Console, full game download of Battlefield 1, one month of EA Access, Xbox Wireless Controller, HDMI cable (4K Capable), Power cable and a 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial.
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I've generally been a PlayStation user, right up through the PS3. I decided I would initially skip the PS4 and Xbox one until they showed longevity and got upgraded. I have also, typically bought Xbox machines at the end of their cycle, and I have always liked them. Xbox also seems to start slow and build when they release new machines vs the PlayStation. So I waited to see the new versions of each machine, and went with the Xbox One S over the PS4 Slim. Once again Xbox started off slow, but in these upgrade versions I think it has taken the lead in architecture, Hard Drive Space, and Price.
Compared with the original Xbox One, we have a few key differences. Most good, some would say not all good, but as far as the "Cons" go, none of them mean that much to me. However, I have listed them for those who might care. They are as follows:
Pros vs. Original Xbox One:
1) 40% smaller! And yes, the difference is very noticeable (see my comparison pictures)
2) 4K output. Not as big of a deal to most people as 4K adoption is not huge yet, and it's only really for video/Blu-ray (games are up scaled) but
I have a 4K TV, so why not get ahead of the curve for once (PS4 Slim does not offer this).
3) The side USB port has been moved from the left side to the front, which is great for space saving
4) No gloss finish. As always, glossy finishes look great on day one but do not age well (easily scuffed and scratched).
5) Built-in power supply.
6) Hardware upgrade. In addition to the 4K hardware upgrade (HDMI 1.4 vs HDMI 2.0), there is more processing power available for HDR.
7) Higher capacity. You can now choose from models ranging from 500GB to 2TB. The extra internal space of the 2TB version was a huge selling point to upgrade.
8) The new Xbox One controller with Bluetooth, 3.5 mm Headphone jack built in, and new textured handles. Current Xbox users seem more excited about the controller than anything else!
Cons vs. Original Xbox One (Again, I personally couldn't care less.)
1) As of launch, only available in white. I think it looks slick.
2) No elite version for the real game geeks.
3) Does not offer any option of a bundled Kinect, though it has been clear for awhile that Kinect support has been dwindling, and I find these motion sensors to be gimmicks (Go outside or to a gym. Meet someone Jeez!).
4) Does not include a headset, not even a cheapy earbud-style one. The one thing I do care about.
All in all I think it's a great buy for these systems, and it looks like it will be around for a little while longer.
I'm preparing it for return and looking for a good 4k bluray player... and I will probably go PS for a gamebox only because Microsoft is so thoughtless .
And there's more. I got a UHD copy of The Revenant to demo my new 65 inch OLED and Denon receiver and discovered that the XBOX One S cannot play high definition audio. The DTS-HD Master audio on the disk is useless. XBOX down converts to DVD quality. I ought to change the title from disappointed to furious. It would have been nice to know this in the advertisement.
Revised: I just read an article in High-Def Digest headlined...Bitstreaming and Dolby Atmos Are Coming to the Xbox One & Xbox One S.
Unfortunately we have to wait well into next year. This doesn't promise to resolve the issue of blocking the playing of disks I make of my own home productions but it's enough to hold out. This means I can stick with it as a gamer and go ahead and get the Battlefield 1.
I gave it another star based on a promise... we'll see if they earn it.
-Touch button is gone. Is now a physical button.
-In order to use the knict you need to buy the adapter. (HUGE TURN DOWN)
-Feels cheaper quality than the original Xbox One.
I would only recommend this for 4K TV users. Other than that, don't do it. Wait for the next generation.