Ever wondered what's inside the box of the new Xbox Series S console? Of course, you have! Here it is...
Like the Sony Playstation 5, Xbox has also released a more affordable yet incredibly capable Xbox alongside its big brother, the Xbox Series X.
The Xbox Series S features a smaller design with no CD ROM drive at all, it will be exclusively for digital games, which makes the $25 per month subscription for the Xbox All Access that much more worthwhile. The Xbox Series S features an almost identical CPU as the Series X, with an 8-core AMD Ryzen Zen 2-architecture CPU at 3.6GHz (3.4GHz with SMT). It has a GPU that will max out an impressive resolution of 1440p and will support up to 120 frames per second gameplay, and also has an internal SSD that clocks out at 512 GB.
Furthermore, the Xbox Series S is also backwards compatible and supports games for the Xbox One and supported Xbox 360 and Xbox games as well. However, keep in mind that it's for digital versions only which are not all available online just yet.
Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, Joshua Vergara, on the Xbox Series S Unboxing.