Microsoft kicked off their E3 conference with the announcement of the Xbox One S.
This is a slimmer version of the Xbox One which is 40% smaller making it look much sleeker. The console is now white and has an internal power supply which has really been needed since the Xbox 360. There will be a 2TB version of this console. The Xbox One S is capable of HDR games and 4k Ultra HD Blue-Ray. A new controller was also unveiled with the console. There are not many differences with the new controller other than increased range and a textured grip.
The Xbox One S will be released this August and with the 500GB version costing $299.