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All Xbox Game Consoles You Need To Know

If you happen to have read our article about all the PlayStation video game consoles we have since 1195, then you know that it only fits that we do an article for the most significant rival to the PlayStation. 

The Xbox line of video game consoles has been the biggest competitor to Sony’s PlayStation game console line for years since the late 1990s.

They are packed with some of the best tech any video game console could have for its price range, and they are also one of the most beautifully designed video game consoles ever seen.

Some people buy the Xbox video game consoles simply because of their beautiful design, which filters down to the controller. 

The Xbox consoles are manufactured by Microsoft Corporation, one of the biggest software companies globally, and was founded in 1975.

Microsoft is the creator of the widely popular Windows operating systems. If you are interested in getting to the Xbox video game consoles and their specs, kindly read on.

Xbox (Original)

The Xbox, the original game console from Microsoft, was released on November 15, 2001. It had a bigger-than-average controller and had an ‘X’ on top of the console. It has sold more than 25 million units for Microsoft since its release.

Specs

HDD: 8GB

Processor: 733MHz Intel Pentium iii

Graphics: 233MHZ Nvidia NV2A

Xbox 360

The Xbox 360was the second console by Microsoft and was the successor to the original Xbox video game console. It had a much more excellent design than the original Xbox but seemed to be the same size.

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However, there was also a smaller version for those who didn’t like the enormous size of the console. It also had a wireless controller that could be used on batteries.

It was released on November 22, 2005, and has sold over 84 million copies.

Specs

HDD: 4GB to 250GB

Processor: 3.2GHz PowerPC Tri-core

Graphics: 512MB GDDR3

Xbox One

As the successor to the Xbox 360, the Xbox One was released on November 22, 2013. It had a similar design to the Xbox 360 as well as a similarly designed controller.

It has sold an estimated 48 million units so far. It came packed with some of the craziest specs you would see in a video game console and gave the consoles from Sony a run for their money.   

Specs

HDD: 500GB to 1TB

Processor: AMD Jaguar 1.8GHz 8-core

Graphics: AMD GCN Radeon 853MHz

Xbox One S

The Xbox One S was released in August 2016, with similar specs to the Xbox One. It had the same design as the Xbox One since it was more like a variant of the Xbox One and came with the wireless controllers, also found on the Xbox One since its introduction on the Xbox 360.

Its sales figure has been combined with the Xbox One, meaning together, they have sold about 48 million units.

Specs

HDD: 500GB to 2TB

Processor: AMD Jaguar 1.7GHz 8-core

Graphics: AMD Durango 2 GCN 1.0

Xbox One X 

The Xbox One X, which is considered a more hardcore version of the Xbox X, was released on November 10, 2020. It had a slightly different design from both the Xbox One and the Xbox One S.

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It also got wireless controllers, which was certainly a must, and could play video games in 4K quality. The performance of the Xbox One X certainly goes a step higher than the Xbox One. It had a bigger HHD size compared to the Xbox One as well.

Specs

HDD: 1TB

Processor: AMD Jaguar 2.3GHz 8-core

Graphics: AMD Radeon GCN 4.0 

  • Conclusion

The Xbox video game consoles are one of the most advanced in gaming at the moment. Their only competitor at the moment seems to the PlayStation consoles from Sony.

The next time you think of getting a video game console, you should get an Xbox.

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