Microsoft Xbox Series S Review
22 March 2022
Are you a game lover? If yes, then see what I found, and after use, I am here to tell you it’s unique features that will be enough to entertain you and help you make an excellent decision to purchase this superb product. This is a small console but has significant potential: Microsoft Xbox Series S!
Microsoft Xbox Series S: what a fantastic product!
The Xbox Series S is Microsoft’s most miniature console to date. It’s also the Xbox that has the most lingering questions. Microsoft stunned everyone with the Series S, a smaller, less expensive next-gen Xbox that promises to “Games should be played at 1440p with 60 frames per second.”
I was just amazed when I unboxed Xbox Series S when I first unboxed it. It’s teeny-tiny, and the white mechanical design appeals to me. In a vertical posture, the Xbox Series S is only 275milimeter (10.8 inches) in height Rubber feet have been positioned in both vertical and horizontal orientations, and there are several cooling vents. The Xbox Series S, unlike the larger Series X, I think looks fantastic in both modes.
You can Use apps like YouTube, Netflix, and others to access your favorite entertainment channels. With a one-month Game Pass trial, you may play over 100 games right away. On Netflix, Amazon, and Microsoft Movies & TV, you can watch 4K Blue-ray movies and stream 4K videos. Whether you’re sitting on the couch together or halfway over the world, play with friends and family.
Unfortunately, the box lacks Wi-Fi 6 and USB-C connections. That’s unfortunate for future-proofing, but I believe most people will miss the disc drive here more than the Wi-Fi and USB ports.
The most striking feature is the speaker-like black circle at the top of the Xbox Series S design. It’s the Series S’s main fan, where the console’s heat escapes. I’ve only ever heard the Series S emit a faint hum, and I’ve never listened to the fans indeed turn on during games.
- Tiny and compact design
- Performance and back compact
- Quick Resume feature
- 364GB of usable storage / expensive expandable storage
- Mostly 1080p and not 1440p
- No AAA launches games