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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.Read more ›
I tried the movie "Creed" in 4k UHD, and it plays as well, so it definitely appears to be only certain movies that don't work (again, from Universal Studios, and some from Paramount).
I also tested 2 games. First I tested Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, which is a remake for the XBOX One of the original game. It's remastered in 1080p, and the XBOX One S upconverts it to 4k. Using the HDR color profile on my TV, the game actually looks quite good. Again, I'm used to natively gaming in 4k on my PC, so the somewhat low resolution textures are evident, but still the game looks pretty great for $20. It ran fine and I didn't notice any issues with frame rates or other performance hitches.
The 2nd game I played was "Arslan: The warriors of Legend". Again, it upconverts to 4k and the vividness of the colors is impressive. This game's graphics in general are kind of garbage though, but overall it again ran well.
Ultimately I've decided to keep the console and wait for Microsoft to update their Blu Ray app and/or drive firmware to allow for playback of the few movies that don't work yet. There really isn't that many 4k titles out right now (like 40 movies give or take), so hopefully by the time there's more of a selection, the issues will be ironed out.
I purchased a copy of "Ghostbusters" (the original film) on a 4k HDR disc, and it plays. The problem appears to be that "some" movies don't play.Read more ›
I have been one of the lucky ones with no issues. Still runs and plays like a champion. So in saying all of that I was reluctant to drop another 300 on a revision of a console that worked just fine.
Initial thoughts was holy cow this new xbox is so much prettier. Gone is the "VCR BOX" look,and in with this fresh new smaller and all white console. Okay okay looks aren't everything. Booted it up after showing showing initial excitement that the huge power brick is gone! Just plug it up with a standard 2 prong cord thanks to the new INTERNAL power supply. Yay more room for cords!
Xbox takes roughly 15 minutes to setup including getting a fresh update! Holy cow this thing is leaps and bounds quicker when it comes to Internet download speeds. On a good day I got just over 50 mbps. Now this guy is pushing my Internet speeds over 115! They definitely revamped something in this new bundle of joy.load up the included halo 5 to the internal drive and I'm off and ready to play in just a matter of minutes. The increase in Internet speeds alone is worth a lot in my book. I noticed speed improvements in comparison to the original xbox over both a wifi connection AND also ethernet direct line to my router.
I dig deeper into the settings. Get it speaking technical mumbo jumbo to my year old lg 4k tv (LG UF7300)
Find out that sadly I do not have a HDR compatible tv:( I swallow my pride and begin second guessing my purchase.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fast shipping and got what I ordered. Definitely will require a external hard drive bc it says it's a 500 gb system but only has about 300 gb when I downloaded the halo 5 game... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Tina
It's good. The only problem is that it seems as if you cannot play the game if you do not have Xbox Live. So, in my case, I chose to get Xbox Live for an additional three months. Read morePublished 4 days ago by A. Guzy
Quite a few problems. This should really be called Xbox One S Beta. Go online and do some research. Don't do instant on or you will have controller connection issues. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Stuck in the snow
My main problem is that unless you have a dedicated Internet connection, the Xbox One is essentially non-functional. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
It works just like the original Xbox 1, but I like the new smaller console. It has a regular electrical plug instead of that giant block in the middle of the cord. Read morePublished 10 days ago by W. Hixenbaugh
My house was hit by lightning took out my X-Box 360 as these were on sale during the holidays jumped at the chance to upgrade. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Francis Stepanski