Microsoft revealed its smallest gamers console Xbox One X on Sunday at the annual E3 Expo in Los Angeles. Previously code-named Project Scorpio, the console is described by head of Xbox Phil Spencer as “the most powerful console ever made” and it is also the smallest Xbox, so far.
According to Microsoft’s announcement, this machine can run games in 4K ultra-HD at 60 frames-per-second. The product will be released on November 7 and it will cost $499 or £449 in Britain. It will also be compatible with all Xbox One games, but it will run them more smoothly.
When it comes to design, the console looks very similar to previous generation console Xbox One S, except that it is smaller, while in terms of hardware it features six teraflops of processing power and is paired with 12 GB of GDDR5 memory.
Although, Xbox One X supports virtual reality games, it was not mentioned nor demonstrated during the presentation.