Xbox president Sarah Bond announces three new pieces of Xbox hardware, including the all digital Series X

Xbox All Digital Series X and new series S variant coming Holiday 2024.
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What you need to know

  • Three new Series X|S variants are joining the Xbox console family.
  • Xbox President Sarah Bond unveiled the consoles during the 2024 Xbox Games Showcase.
  • A 1 TB Xbox Series S in Robot White, 1 TB All Digital Series X in Robot White, and 2 TB Galaxy Black Special Edition console were shown.
  • The consoles will be available Holiday 2024.
  • Bond also shared that Xbox is already working on next-gen hardware.

Concerns that Xbox may leave the hardware space can be put to rest, as Xbox President Sarah Bond takes the stage during the 2024 Xbox Showcase to unveil three new additions to the Xbox Series family of consoles. The 1 TB Xbox Series S is releasing in the Robot White colorway, while a 1 TB All Digital Xbox Series X in Robot White is also in the cards for a Holiday 2024 release. A special edition black and green 2 TB Galaxy Black Xbox Series X console was also revealed.

"Xbox is passionate about building a community of gaming that connects players all over the world across a wide variety of games and devices." writes Roanne Sones, Head of Xbox Devices, for Xbox Wire. The 2 TB Special Edition Galaxy Xbox Series X has double the storage space of a classic Series X and a unique, constellation-inspired colorway with silver, gray, and green celestial effects and a green stand. The matching controller also features a black faceplate with matching galaxy stars and a Velocity Green backplate. It will retail for $599 in select markets and limited quantities.

The Robot White 1 TB Xbox Series S is the follow-up to 2023's Carbon Black Xbox Series S and will retail for $349. The Carbon Black Series S will continue to be available while supplies last.

The 1 TB Digital Edition Xbox Series X in Robot White is the biggest shake-up for the Series console line this holiday season, retailing at $449. The all-digital Series X will give players the chance to harness the power of the Series X at a more affordable price. It also offers an alternative colorway to the standard black Series X by being available in Robot White. 

Windows Central has spotted a deal on a standard edition Xbox Series X for just $399 at Best Buy, but the deal is only available for today. 

Bond also revealed that Microsoft's teams are hard at work on developing next-generation hardware for Xbox. 

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  • NoLifeDGenerate
    Why isn't anyone saying anything about a 4TB expansion card after all this time? This is ridiculous. Nobody is calling out MS on this proprietary shit fucking us all out of proper storage expansion.

    Words are words. Get the fuck over it. The fucking forum auto censors and someone is actually whining about too many asterisks in this post. Could you be anymore fucking ridiculous?
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  • NorthwestEagle
    Almost five hundred for a half finished generational console without a disk drive?

    Is there anyone who looks at this and says to themselves - "Oh, boy, fewer features and just as high a price! Just what I've been waiting for!"
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  • NoLifeDGenerate
    NorthwestEagle said:
    Almost five hundred for a half finished generational console without a disk drive?

    Is there anyone who looks at this and says to themselves - "Oh, boy, fewer features and just as high a price! Just what I've been waiting for!"

    I'm itching to pre-order the 2TB black one. It'll be my new primary. I always end up with at least 2 of each console per generation anyway. I'm sure I'll find something to dual box later on, especially since I'm supposed to finally have fiber by fall.
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  • NorthwestEagle
    NoLifeDGenerate said:
    I'm itching to pre-order the 2TB black one. It'll be my new primary. I always end up with at least 2 of each console per generation anyway. I'm sure I'll find something to dual box later on, especially since I'm supposed to finally have fiber by fall.

    PT Barnum was right.

    Wonder if there's enough of your type to keep the XBox division alive.
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