The Xbox Series S console supports gaming experiences up to 120 fps and delivers four times the processing power of the Xbox One. Compared to the Xbox Series X, this latest console has a higher resolution that doesn’t require a 4K TV for the full experience. In fact, Microsoft uses a hardware scaler to scale up games for 4K. It also features 20 CUs at 1.550 Ghz and is targeted to 1,440 p monitors and TVs, making it accessible. The Xbox Series S includes 10 gigabytes of memory running at 224 GB/s. In fact, the console lets you swiftly switch between games and use Quick Resume. This is all thanks to Microsoft Xbox Velocity technology. Furthermore, it’ll have an enhanced memory by loading only portions of textures required to render the gaming scene. Finally, it’s also a petite, compact console, making it great for storing next to your TV.
Microsoft Xbox Series S console supports experiences up to 120 fps
Enjoy the smallest Xbox console to date—even if you don't have a 4K monitor.