At E3, Microsoft debuted their ‘Xbox One S', a smaller more capable version of their flagship Xbox One console. With a reasonable price point starting at $299, the One S touts 4K UHD streaming and HDR support along with a 40% slimmer body, new generation Xbox Wireless Controller, and an included vertical stand. The entry-level model sells for that base price with a 500GB HDD, but you can opt to spend an additional $50 to upgrade to a 1TB HDD or an extra $100 for a 2TB HDD.
If you've been chomping at the bit to snag one of these new consoles, you can do so via Amazon and B&H Photo who are both selling the 2TB ‘Launch Edition' version for $399 with anticipated ship dates as of tomorrow, August 2nd. For those of you who don't mind waiting a few weeks, the $299 500GB and $349 1TB versions are slated to be released in just a few weeks on August 23rd.
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