The new Xbox One X is a compelling console, offering the capability for 4K gaming, something even PC owners are struggling to reach without forking out hundreds of dollars on more powerful GPUs. It's an affordable purchase for anyone looking to enjoy high-quality gaming but in a more restricted package. Some may prefer the new console, while others will remain PC fans, but which club are you part of?
Consoles are clearly marketed differently than a PC, which can handle much more and different tasks (limited by only your imagination), and as such can even be used in conjunction with a desktop. Depending on what you feel like playing at the time, it's possible to sit down and enjoy a more relaxing experience with the big screen, or throw on a headset and attempt to grind up the League of Legends ranked ladder.
So whether you have switched between the two platforms or are rocking both depending on how you feel and what you desire to play, sound off in the discussion over on our forum.
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