While there are sporadic reports of stock shortages at Amazon, there are also reports of other companies vowing to honor the November 7, 2017, launch date. There is still stock of the Xbox One X at various retailers, and if you want to grab one for the big day next Tuesday, today might be your final chance. So don't wait.
The Xbox One X is a 6TF beast capable of powering 4K gaming, complete with 4K media playback, 4K Game DVR capture, and more. Head over here to learn everything you need to know about the Xbox One X.
Where to preorder Microsoft's Xbox One X
Xbox One X consoles will start at $499 in the U.S., with UK and European pricing set at £449 and €499, respectively. All consoles should ship later this year, with a release date currently set for November 7, 2017.
There are over 150 games in development for the Xbox One X, with various enhancements from texture improvements, to frame-rate bumps, and of course, that all-important hyper-crisp 4K resolution.
The Xbox One X is a monster
Having spent time with Xbox One X, I can say with confidence that it is a true monster, giving console gamers a glimpse at what life is like with a high-end PC-gaming-like rig. The console sports all sorts of advanced techniques to squeeze the most out of its hardware and price point, and with over 150 games on the way, it's a great way to augment your expensive 4K TV.
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