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- This bundle includes: Xbox One S 500GB Console, Halo 5: Guardians (physical disc) and full game download of Halo: The Master Chief Collection (card with digital code included in box), Xbox Wireless Controller (with 3.5mm headset jack), HDMI cable (4K Capable), AC Power cable and 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial.
- Xbox One S is the only console with 4K Blu-ray, 4K video streaming, and HDR
- Play over 100 console exclusives, and a growing library of Xbox 360 games, on the 40% smaller newly designed Xbox One S.
- Experience richer, more luminous colors in games and video with High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology.
- Experience the enhanced comfort of the new Xbox Wireless Controller, featuring textured grip and Bluetooth technology.
- Compatible with Kinect for Xbox One: Kinect for Xbox One is compatible with Xbox One S via the Xbox Kinect Adapter for USB
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This bundle includes:
- Xbox One S 500GB Console
- Halo 5: Guardians (disc) and a full game download of Halo: The Master Chief Collection (card with code included in box)
- Xbox Wireless Controller (with 3.5mm headset jack)
- HDMI cable (4K Capable) and AC Power cable
- 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial
The Xbox One S 500GB Halo Collection Bundle includes: Xbox One S 500GB Console, Halo 5: Guardians (physical disc) and full game download of Halo: The Master Chief Collection (card with digital code included in box), Xbox Wireless Controller (with 3.5mm headset jack), HDMI cable (4K Capable), AC Power cable and 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial.
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First is the 4k upscaling. This part is simple, you need a 4k TV and make sure in the settings of the XBOX you have the picture resolution set to 4k UHD. Second is the HDR (High Dynamic Range), this part is pretty tricky, but if you follow the right steps this can actually greatly improve lighting effects and colors in games, movies and apps that support it. You'd be surprised at how good this makes the games look. First thing you need is a 4K TV that has HDR. You'll need to do some research online to see if your TV supports it but most TVs over a year old won't have it. If you go to the "display" settings on the xbox and look for advanced settings, than go to 4K TV details and it will tell everything your TV supports. If it says it doesn't support HDR than don't give up just yet. If you have a smart TV than make sure you have the most current update. You may be lucky and get an update that gives it to you. Even worse is that there are two different kinds of HDR. From what I know, all the new 4K model's from samsung, sony and LG support the one you need, however, Vizio currently does not. I believe Vizio is working on an update that would support it but I'm not 100% on that. Now in order to get the HDR working you need to go to your TV settings and look for dynamic range setting or HDR setting (This should be located in your picture settings of the TV) and make sure that your inputs are set to full (or whatever your tv may call it in the menu) not auto, on my tv when its set to auto the HDR doesn't work with the xbox. Xbox is releasing two games this year that will support this feature, Gears of War 4 and Forza Horizon 3. Check those games out if you want to see the beautiful effects you'll receive from this upgrade.
Last but not least is the IR blaster. This is much simpler than HDR. An IR blaster basically makes your xbox have master control over your entertainment center by turning your TV, cable/satellite box and sound system on and off with the Xbox. Its a small but awesome feature. For this all you need to do is go into the TV & one guide menu setting on your Xbox and go to device control. From there its pretty simple, select TV, than TV set up and it'l walk you through the steps to find the right code you need. You usually just need the brand and model number of your tv and the xbox will do the rest. Than do the rest of your components. If your TV isn't shutting off with the xbox than go to those same setting and you can set it to send the off and on signal twice. That worked for me.
Thats it folks. I know its a lot but they can be useful features that consoles almost never support. This really is a great console as far as tech goes. Enjoy...
I purchased this product on preorder, so I received it two days after the release date, thanks so Amazon Prime and the two day shipping. However, I was out of town when it arrived due to a last minute family emergency and was not able to open it until about a week later. I know that it arrived on time due to a notification from my Amazon app, as well as my brother bringing it inside the house for me. It sat untouched until I got back. The box was in perfect condition, no dents or scratches, and it was untouched.
Shipping Grade: 100%
The set up for the console is not bad at all. The power brick is now inside the console, so the only manual setup you have to do is plugging the system into the wall and into the TV. Two cables, both included, and you're done. Very, very simple. Starting up the Xbox is not a quick process. There's system updating, controller updating, and other setup things that the console has to do before you can actually play. If you are expecting this to be a plug in and play, you're not going to have a good time. If you are aware of the time this takes and are prepared for it, you'll be fine. I knew of this and planned ahead so that I wasn't wasting time. You do want to be sitting near the console to start the next update once the last one is finish. Games are another story, as the big games can sometimes take all night to install, but again, if you're informed and prepared, it is no big deal.
System Set Up Grade: 100%
Physically, this console is very small. It's not super bulky and boxy compared to the regular Xbox One. It has a very clean matte white finish with a few black accents. The power button lights up when turned with a white light. This version DOES NOT come with a vertical stand, so if you don't wish to lay it down horizontal, you will need to purchase a stand separately. The eject button for discs as well as the power button are physical buttons, meaning you have to press them in for their purpose to function. This is great compared to if the buttons were touch sensitive and you would be able to accidently hit a button by brushing up against it. It is quite slim, and very nice looking. The white especially stands out against black TV's, stands, and other black consoles.
Physical features grade: 100%
This system runs very smoothly. I do not have a 4K TV, so I was not able to test that feature, but it will produce in 4K. The system is fast, and runs nice. There's very little sound coming from the inside of the system when running, and the sound it does produce is so quiet that you cannot hear it unless you are standing right next to it. My only complaint for this system is in this section. Occasionally, an app or game will freeze when you try to use it. Anything outside of the app or game the system is fine, but you cannot do anything inside of it. This is simply fixed by hitting start on the open app from the main Xbox screen and closing the app. It's a minor inconvenience with a two second fix.
System Performance Grade: 99%
The Xbox One controller has been minorly upgraded, including textured grip and a longer wireless distance. The texture is just enough to give you an extra grip on the controller without being too much or irritating. You don't even notice it unless you're paying attention to it, but unlike the old Xbox One controller, it doesn't get greasy and slippery. The controller is black and white to match the console and looks very nice. All buttons are responsive and easy to push, and the controller is very comfortable to hold in the hand. It has a 3.5 mm headphone jack and works well with any headphones. It gives you all the sound from the console and the games straight through your favorite headphones that are plugged right into your controller. The 'X' power/home screen button lights up when on, and turns off when the controller is off. The batteries tend to run out quick, so I recommend purchasing some recharable double a's to save some money.
Controller Grade: 100%
This system is a Halo Bundle. It comes with Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Halo 5: Guardians. This is an amazing deal, as you are essentially getting 5 games included in this bundle. The Master Chief Collection includes the four main games, and you can add on Halo 3: ODST for five dollars more in the Microsoft Xbox store on your console. If you haven't played the Halo games and want to start from the beginning, this is a great way to do it. The Master Chief Collection comes as a download and Halo 5 comes as a disc.
Bundle Grade: 100%
Overall, this is a great system. There is a wide variety of games to choose from for all ages, and there's easy to use parental controls to restrict your children from certain aspects of gaming. This specific system is 500 GB and perfect for a casual gamer. If you are more hardcore and are wanting to download a lot of games, you'll want to opt for a bigger size. Games like Call of Duty and Halo can get close to 100 GB, so check the size of the games before purchasing and downloading to make sure you have the space. You can also purchase an external hard drive if you decide later on that you want more storage.
Xbox One S 500 GB Halo Bundle Overall Grade: 100%
This product gets an A from me. :)