Xbox One X
I have not kept up with the current generation of consoles, but I saw that Microsoft released the Xbox One X console late last year.
My question is, what exactly is the difference between it and the Xbox One S? From what I understand, it has better hardware and natively renders up to 4k, so it can support higher resolutions and improved texture quality.
Is there anything more, and basically if you don't have a 4K display, is there any point in getting it over the "S" model?
I'm not looking to pick up a console now, but thinking about in the future should my current Xbox 360 die. Looks like Microsoft really stepped up its backwards compatibility, as only five of my retail Xbox 360 games will not work on an Xbox One, and four of those have native Xbox One versions.
Over half of my original Xbox library will work on it as well, which is interesting.