Microsoft began its E3 Press Conference this year with the announcement of a redesign for the Xbox One titled, Xbox One S. The One S will be 40% smaller than the base Xbox One, supports the ability to play 4K movies via a disk, and has moved to an internal power supply so the brick connected to a plug is no longer required.
Xbox One S also comes in three different models, each with their own price point. Starting in August you'll have the choice between: a 500GB model for $300, a 1TB model for $350, and a 2TB model for $400. There are no differences in these three models other than the storage size, so the only real need for the larger sized options is if you're planning on buying a lot of games digitally.
The Xbox One S will be released sometime in August 2016.
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