A game changer in video gaming, the Xbox One X, is now available to download and stream on Amazon, Netflix, Hulu Plus and more.
The device was released last month and has now been certified by the US Federal Trade Commission.
Its specs include a 4K screen, 10GB of memory and up to 10GB hard drive.
It is also equipped with the AMD Ryzen 5 CPU, a quad-core CPU with HyperThreading and 12GB of RAM.
We’ve already covered some of the new features in the device, which also includes support for AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology.
We’ll also be updating this article with the best new games to download on the Xbox X and Xbox One to watch in 4k, in 720p and 2160P.
Read on for our hands-on impressions and best of 2018.
Read more about the Xbox and the Xbox, including the Xbox Scorpio, which is the successor to the Xbox 720.
The Xbox One S was unveiled at Microsoft’s Build conference last month.
It features a 4.7-inch 720p screen and a 12.3-inch 1080p screen.
The display was upgraded with AMD Eyecandy, the company’s new display engine, which uses AMD Radeon graphics to deliver 4K gaming at a higher resolution than previously seen.
It also features AMD’s latest graphics drivers, including Crimson driver 1.2.9 and Polaris 10.3, and HDR support.
Microsoft says the Xbox will be available for pre-order in the coming weeks, and that the device will be shipping to consumers in the US in the second half of 2018, with retail availability starting in November.