Microsoft stopped selling Xbox One original Xbox One in US & UK
Software giant Microsoft stopped selling Xbox One in the US and UK, reports said on Saturday. The original Xbox One console had been introduced by Microsoft. It seems the original version of the console which started in November 2013 has finally been retired, and now customers will need to pick in the slimmer Xbox One S and souped-up Xbox One X versions, Engadget reported. The Xbox One S moved on sale on August 2.
The first Xbox One looked like a VCR device and cost $100 more than Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4). The software giant introduced the Xbox One X with a processor with technology along with ultra high-definition 4K capabilities, in June, claiming that it’s by far the game console to date and also concentrated on hardware.
Microsoft Xbox One X console’s hardware is now competing with its rival using its cutting edge graphics processing attributes like GPU and 12GB of all GDDR5 RAM. Microsoft however, would have you believe that the PS4 Guru competes with it Xbox One S games console. The Xbox One X went up for pre-orders last week, priced at $499 (roughly Rs. 32,000), and will release globally on November 7.
Each Xbox One X comes with a 1TB internal hard drive, a wireless Xbox controller, HDMI cable, power supply, a 1 month Xbox Game Pass subscription, and a 14-day complimentary Xbox Live Gold membership while the Project Scorpio version includes particular packaging and aesthetics in addition to a vertical rack.