Microsoft has used E3 2017 to detail the Xbox One X (formerly Project Scorpio), and we’ve put it head-to-head with Sony’s PS4 Pro to see how each stacks up.
Take a look at the stats below and judge accordingly.
|Xbox One X||PS4 Pro|
|Price||$649 AUD||$559.95 AUD|
|Dimensions||11.81 x 9.45 x 2.36 inches||11.61 x 12.87 x 2.17 inches|
|Weight||3.81kg (8.4 pounds)||3.3kg (7.28 pounds)|
|CPU||Custom AMD, 2.3 GHz 8-core||AMD Jaguar x86-64, 2.1 GHz 8-core|
|GPU||1.17 GHz, 6 TFLOP||911 MHz, 4.20 TFLOP|
|RAM||12GB GDDR5||8GB GDDR5|
|Output resolutions||720p, 1080p, 4K (HDR)||480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 4K (select titles), HDR|
|Physical media support||4K Blu-ray, DVD||Blu-ray, DVD|
|Networking||Dual band, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi; 10/100/1000 wired Ethernet||Dual band, 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi; 10/100/1000 wired Ethernet|
|Ports||USB 3.0 (x3), HDMI 2.0b, S/PDIF, IR blaster||USB 3.0 (x3), HDMI 2.0a, S/PDIF|
|Controller||Xbox One wireless Bluetooth||DualShock 4|
The Xbox One X is the clear winner when it comes to teraflops and available RAM, alongside 4K support for Blu-ray discs, but it’s also around $100 AUD more expensive. Is its price going to prevent you from making a purchase? Why or why not?
We’ve also compared the Xbox One S to the PS4 Pro here.