Xbox Unveils 3 Console Refreshes With New 2TB Series X, 1TB White Series S

From PC Mag: Microsoft has announced three new refreshes of its Xbox Series X and S gaming consoles. Two new versions of the Xbox Series X console and a new version of the Series S will be available late this year, hitting shelves in time for the holiday season.

The new "Robot White" Xbox Series X is an all-digital console without a disc drive, offering 1TB of SSD storage instead. The console will cost $449.99.

The new "Galaxy Black" Series X is a special-edition console with a Blu-ray disc drive and 2TB of SSD storage for $599.99. It has a green and gray speckled look and comes with a matching special-edition controller that is only available by purchasing the console itself.

The Series X refreshes are expected to offer the same interior specs and 4K gameplay resolution.

The Xbox Series S with 1TB of SSD storage, which currently comes in carbon black, will soon be available in the robot white color. Considering the original Series S consoles come with about 500GB of storage, the 1TB upgrade could be ideal for those looking for more space on a disc-free gaming console (games like Call of Duty can easily take up over 100GB on their own). The upcoming white Series S with 1TB of storage is priced at $349.99.

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