15Xbox One S / Project Scorpio

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Microsoft's plans for Xbox 360 users to migrate over to Xbox One are finally coming together, as the company officially unveiled two new Xbox One models at E3 2016: Xbox One S and Project Scorpio.

Xbox One S is a slimmed-down version

of the otherwise bulky Xbox One. It's 40 percent smaller than the original version, contains an internal power supply instead of an external power brick, and comes equipped with a 4K Blu-ray drive and up to 2 TB of space. But there's a trade-off - the Xbox One S does not contain a dedicated Kinect port. Limited edition Xbox One S consoles will launch in August 2016, followed by the release of two standard versions priced between $299 and $399.

While the Xbox One S is geared towards casual gamers, Project Scorpio is geared towards gamers who want the "most powerful console" ever. Equipped with eight procession cores and six teraflops, Microsoft is promising true 4K gaming and VR compatibility with Project Scorpio, which is scheduled to release during the Holiday 2017 season, though an official price has not yet been given.

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