The £350 2TB version of Microsoft’s new, slimmer Xbox One S is out today, but just how slim is it? Through the power of video, we have compared it to the original Xbox One, a PS4 and Quimby the cat.
Remember, this new Xbox One S is pretty much even in power with the original Xbox One. Aside from being smaller, it doesn’t have a power brick (yay!), can output high-dynamic range graphics for games and displays made for that and supports 4K Blu-ray and streaming playback.
But it’s not the leap forward in processing power that Microsoft has planned. That’ll be Project Scorpio, the way more powerful Xbox One set for release late next year.