Microsoft’s Project Scorpio console which will be appearing late next year. So, if you want to get the most out of the Xbox One S, and Project Scorpio when it arrives, read on for our top picks of the best HDR-supporting.
we’re used to Microsoft slimming down their consoles, but this time as well as making their kit 40% smaller, Microsoft are also packing a couple of new and exciting features under the hood of the Xbox One S.
The most obvious upgrade is in the boosted resolution, which is increasing from 1080p (Full HD) to 2160p (4K) which packs twice the resolution. Slightly less obvious, but just as tasty, is HDR (high dynamic range) which is an incredibly boring name for one of the most exciting bits of TV tech to have emerged in recent years. HDR basically means that your TV’s brightest whites will be brighter, and its darkest blacks will be darker. With HDR in play, a sparkle of sunlight off a raindrop will really shine and stand out against the rest of the image. This means that dark shadows will look deep, crisp and detailed rather than muddy and gray.
You can also configure other devices with your xbox one S, like your TV, audio receiver, video receiver and your cable or satellite receiver. While you are playing game or watching a movie, the integrated IR blaster will perform the action faster, allowing you to leave your remotes behind.
Xbox Wireless Controller
Xbox Wireless Controller are now featuring a sleeker, more streamlined design. Get up to twice the wireless range. Stay on target with textured grip. And with Bluetooth technology now you can also play your favorite games on Windows 10 PCs, tablets, and phones.
Xbox One S Starting at 300$