Xbox One X
With 40% more power than the Xbox’s previous incarnation, Xbox One X is now the world’s most powerful console. Plug the Xbox One X into your 4K Ultra HD television and experience immersive true 4K gaming in its full glory, rather than settling for upscaled graphics. Blockbuster titles load quickly, run smoothly and look fantastic – even if you game via a 1080p screen.
Games play better on Xbox One X than they ever have before. Its 8-core custom AMD CPU clocked at 2.3GHz and 12GB GDDR5 of graphics memory add speed and power to deliver enhanced AI, real world detail and smoother interaction. Every frame will be quick and sharp, thanks to 326GB/sec memory bandwidth. Plus the 6 Teraflop GPU enables 4K environments and characters to become more lifelike and run smoother.
High Dynamic Range
Experience richer, more luminous colours in games, with a higher contrast ratio between lights and darks, High Dynamic Range technology brings out the true visual depth of your games.
4K Blu-ray player and 4K video streaming
If you have a 4K television, why be satisfied with last-generation technology? Watch stunning Ultra HD Blu-ray movies and stream vibrant *4K video on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and more. Whether you’re playing, viewing or streaming, Xbox One X delivers brilliant graphics with HDR technology. Additionally, if you‘re lucky enough to have 3D television, the Xbox One X can play your 3D Blu-ray disks, too.
Dolby Atmos and DTS:X works to bring you a premiere sound experience that puts you in the centre of 3D spatial audio.
More ways to play
Xbox One X also works with all your Xbox One games and accessories as well as Xbox Live, the most advanced multiplayer network. With millions of players around the world, and more than a decade of multiplayer experience, Xbox Live is the proven place to play. And now, everyone is invited to experience smarter matchmaking, less waiting, and better performance with Xbox Live on Xbox One X. You can even record, share and broadcast your moments of glory.
*4K streaming with select apps, see Xbox.com. Some apps require app provider-specific subscriptions and/or other requirements.