Xbox One S 500GB Console
This svelte edition of the Xbox One reduces the console’s size by 40% without sacrificing its powerful performance as a hub for gaming and home entertainment. In addition to a beefed-up GPU, the Xbox One S enhances streaming videos and Blu-rays even more with 4K Ultra HD and High Dynamic Range support.
Smooth, Fluid Performance
Whether you’re battling alien forces in Halo or dazzling crowds in Madden, the Xbox One’s beefy octa-core processor and 8GB of RAM keep the action moving at a steady, uninterrupted clip. Games, however, are just the beginning. Such processing power lets you swiftly glide from playing games to streaming movies or even do both simultaneously.
Play Online with Friends
Microsoft backs the Xbox One with more than 300,000 servers, which help support smooth, nearly lag-free online gaming. Xbox Live’s Smart Match system uses intelligent algorithms to match players, so you won’t find yourself frustrated by uneven battles, held back in team-based games, or chatting with a cat that’s learned how to turn on its owner’s Xbox.
Ready for Home-Theater Systems
Whether you pop a disc into the Blu-ray player or stream via Netflix, the Xbox One S renders video in up to glorious 4K Ultra HD resolution with crisp, lifelike contrast. HDMI pass-through lets you connect a cable or satellite receiver to watch TV through your Xbox One, saving you the hassle of manually switching inputs.
- Online play over Xbox Live (subscription not included)
- Access to streaming apps such as Netflix and YouTube
- Backward compatibility with select Xbox 360 titles
- 1.75GHz octa-core AMD processor
- 8GB RAM
- 500GB hard drive
- Integrated Blu-ray player
- 4K Ultra HD and HDR video support
- HDMI pass-through
- IR Blaster turns other devices on
- Built-in 802.11ac WiFi
- Ports: HDMI 2.0a in, HDMI 2.0a out, three USB 3.0, S/PDIF, Kinect, IR out
- Kinect compatible (not included)
- Product dimensions: 11.6”x8.9”x2.5”
- Weight: 6.4lb.
- Condition: New
- 1-year warranty from Microsoft
Microsoft has come a long way since 1975, when Paul Allen and Bill Gates set up shop as “Micro-Soft” in Albuquerque, NM, right next to a vacuum cleaner store. Today, the world’s leading productivity company counts more than 110,000 employees worldwide, and produces acclaimed products ranging from the ubiquitous Windows operating system and Office productivity software to Xbox game consoles. Across all its subsidiaries, Microsoft strives to be both diverse and innovative, following its mission to “empower every person and every organization on the planet.”