People like the Xbox Series S because it is a cheap but powerful digital entry point into the Xbox console ecosystem. However, the 500GB of onboard storage can be insufficient when downloading and installing large games today. Even though the system’s high-speed storage helps speed up load times, it can be expensive to add more space.
That is all introduction for the present declaration of the Carbon Dark Xbox Series S, a rendition of the control center with a full 1TB of stockpiling and a $349.99 MSRP. That is approximately $30 less than what you would pay for a standard Xbox Series S with 512GB storage and an additional 512GB expansion card today.
Beside that capacity limit, the Carbon Dark control center — which will send off overall on September 1 — highlights a similar equipment power as the first Series S. Outwardly, however, the low-end console currently arrives in a brushed dark completion like its bigger Series X cousin. The plan development infers the Xbox 360 period, where the white send off consoles were in the long run enhanced with a glossy dark update and more stockpiling a very long time after send off.
Phil Spencer, Microsoft’s head of Xbox, said this weekend at a roundtable that the company understands that “for some people around the planet $500 is too much for a console” and that the Series S’s price point could bring more people into the console ecosystem. He also stated that the business has received a lot of feedback regarding the limitations of the 512GB storage capacity and the cost of expanding it.
Notwithstanding an expanded spotlight on computer games lately, Spencer likewise said that Microsoft “remains committed to that [console] style of play and the pillar that is for our brand.”
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