Xbox One S All-Digital Edition specs list

Xbox One S
Xbox One S (Image credit: Matt Brown | Windows Central)

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is Microsoft's latest entry-level gaming console, serving up the Xbox One's lowest retail price ever, embracing streaming and downloads. Cutting the disc-drive helps further drop hardware costs, and it is positioned as a lightweight, streamlined alternative to the Xbox One S and Xbox One X.

While the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition brings a third Xbox One to consider, it's a different situation under the hood. Built upon its Xbox One S predecessor, the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition leverages shared hardware for comparable performance and features, with only minor alterations to streamline the package.

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition full specifications

The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition might lose the disc drive, but it remains equally capable. Below are the full technical specifications for Microsoft's latest (and cheapest) Xbox console to date.

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CategoryXbox One S
Processor8-core Jaguar CPU at 1.75GHz
Memory8GB DDR3 RAM
Graphics12 CUs (914MHz) 1.23 TF GPU
PortsHDMI-in; HDMI-out; one front-facing USB 3.0; two rear-facing USB 3.0; IR receiver/blaster; SPDIF digital audio
NetworkingGigabit Ethernet; Wi-Fi A/B/G/N/AC 2.4GHz and 5GHz
Video output4K HDR video playback, 1080p HDR gaming
Optical driveNone
Dimensions11.6 x 8.9 x 2.5 inches
ColorRobot White
Price$249 RRP

As new details on the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition surface, we'll update this list of system specifications.

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Matt Brown

Matt Brown was formerly a Windows Central's Senior Editor, Xbox & PC, at Future. Following over seven years of professional consumer technology and gaming coverage, he’s focused on the world of Microsoft's gaming efforts. You can follow him on Twitter @mattjbrown.