E3 2017: 22 Xbox One X Pictures
We got to go up close and personal with Microsoft's new Xbox One X. The console is set to release worldwide on November 7 with a price of $500 USD, £450 GBP, €499 Euro, $599 CAD. Here are a bunch of new pictures straight from E3 to hold you over until launch.
For more of our Xbox One X coverage, check out the following stories for further details:
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- Xbox One X Scorpio Release Date Revealed
- This Is What Xbox Scorpio Looks Like
- Xbox One X Is Microsoft's Smallest Console Yet
- Xbox One X Price Revealed
- Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adding Original Xbox Games
- Free Xbox One X 4K Upgrades Coming For These Five Existing Games
Here are the ports on the back of the Xbox One X. From left to right we have: power, HDMI out, HDMI in, two USB 3.0 ports, IR out, S/PDIF, and gigabit Ethernet.
The left side of the chassis features some vents.
The Xbox One X features a physical power button and a single USB 3.0 port in the front.
The Xbox One X does offer a S/PDIF port, however, which the Xbox One S lacks.
Here is a shot of all the Xbox One X's layers. The top layer here showcases the top of the case.
The second layer here showcases the metal chassis.
This picture showcases the Xbox One X's fan.
Like the Xbox One S before it, the Xbox One X features an integrated power supply.
This is the Xbox One X's heat sink, which is used to keep the console's CPU cool.
This is the bottom of the heat sink, which showcases the vapor chamber cooler. Vapor chamber coolers contain a vacuum-sealed liquid inside that transforms to gas at high temperatures to help keep the console cool.
This is the console's motherboard coupled with its 8-core AMD SOC. Xbox One X features an integrated GPU that's capable of delivering six teraflops of performance. The system also has 12GB of GDDR5 memory.
This is the Xbox One X's hard drive. It uses a 2.5-inch solution.
This is the bottom of the chassis.
This is the bottom of the Xbox One X.
Underneath the case, the Xbox One X features a small circular texture.
The right of the chassis features more vents and an engraving that reads, "Hello from Seattle."
Here is an image of the Xbox One X development kit, which is outfitted with 12GB more RAM for developers.