Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB Reviews

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Expert Reviews: 
 4.1
User Reviews: 
 4.3
 
 
Verdict: The Xbox One X may have been released in the US in November of 2017 but it took more than two months for Microsoft to bring the console to India officially. And the successor of the Microsoft Xbox One S , the Xbox One X has seen a lot of beefing up in terms of the hardware, and is easily the most...

Read full review at bgr.in
6 months ago
bgr.in
 

Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB Console

 
4.0
Pros: Well built, Graphical powerhouse, Slew of features like backwards compatibility, game pass and more, 4K HDR Blu-ray playback
Cons: Lacks exclusives when compared to the PS4 Pro, Controller still uses AA batteries
Verdict: The Microsoft Xbox One X is available for about Rs 44,990. The device boasts of 6 teraflops of graphical prowess. Microsoft has a bunch of attractive services such as Xbox Gold, Game Pass and more

Read full review at Digit
7 months ago
Digit
 

Microsoft Xbox One X review: The ultimate 4K gaming console, but at a price

 
4.0
Verdict: Microsoft's Xbox One X is the most advanced console in the market, beating Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro. At Rs 44,990, the Xbox One X is also the most expensive console on offer. Read our detailed review.

Read full review at Indian Express
7 months ago
Indian Express
 

Xbox One X review

 
4.5
Verdict: The Xbox One X is massively powerful and comes at a steep price. But compared to the equivalent gaming PC, it's exceptionally good value for money. Right now, the appeal is slightly limited by the number of people with 4K TVs in the UK, but if you're a Forza, Assassin's Creed or Star Wars fan, then...

Read full review at Tech Advisor
9 months ago
Tech Advisor
 

Xbox One X review

 
4.0
Pros: Native 4K HDR gaming, 4K Blu-ray player built-in, Improves 1080p experience
Cons: 1TB HDD fills up fast, Games aren't always 60fps, Skewed price-performance ratio
Verdict: With a gaming PC's worth of graphical horsepower housed inside a deceivingly small package, the Xbox One X does what no console has done before: Native 4K HDR gaming. However, while games look absolutely stunning, with a fantastic level of detail accentuated by the console's HDR support, their...

Read full review at TechRadar UK
10 months ago
TechRadar UK
 

Xbox One X

 
4.5
Pros: Gorgeous 4K visuals, Quiet running, Improves performance in some games
Cons: Quality of graphics enhancements vary by game, Small and slow hard disk, Relatively high price
Verdict: The pinnacle in console hardware, but not yet a must-buy.

Read full review at TrustedReviews
10 months ago
TrustedReviews
 

Xbox One X review: It's the best you can get

 
4.4
Verdict: The one point that I've tried to get across in this review is that the Xbox One X is the console you buy when you're all-in for the best gaming experience that you can possibly get.

Read full review at neowin
12 months ago
neowin
 
 
4.5
Pros: Worthy upgrade over the Xbox One S, Improves a lot of games, Excellent build quality
Cons: Not available officially yet, Microsoft's download system needs work
Verdict: Since its entry into the console gaming space nearly two decades ago, Microsoft positioned the Xbox brand as one that focused on power. The original Xbox, and the Xbox 360 reflected this, with both of them having some of the best looking and technically astounding games of their respective...

Read full review at gadgets.ndtv.com
12 months ago
gadgets.ndtv.com
 

Xbox One X Review: It's the Next, Next Generation of Gaming

 
4.0
Verdict: If you don't already own an Xbox One, and have a 4K TV, it's worth getting. Otherwise, you should wait and see what 4K enhanced games come out as time goes on – it's not a worthwhile upgrade, yet.

Read full review at makeuseof.com
1 year ago
makeuseof.com
 

Xbox One X

Pros: Great value for the amount of performance you're getting, Xbox One X enhanced games look and play brilliantly on a 4K HDR TV, comes with a 4K HDR Blu-ray drive, backward compatibility game catalog is quite large, sleek and compact design, improves the gaming experience on a 1080p TV too
Cons: Game files are large and you'll quickly fill up your hard drive
Verdict: As for the Xbox One X's 4K HDR Blu-ray drive, we tested it by playing Planet Earth II. The results were absolutely stunning – with incredible amounts of detail that are complemented by beautiful vibrant colors.

Read full review at Gear Diary
1 year ago
Gear Diary
 

Xbox One X review: watch the unboxing and gameplay, read our verdict, and find out if it beats the PS4 Pro

 
5.0
Pros: New 4K games look phenomenal, Ultra HD Blu-ray player, Dolby Atmos compatible, Compact size and slim profile, Enhances old games
Cons: Very expensive, Uninspiring design, Small new 4K games library at launch
Verdict: There's no doubting the Xbox One X's power and, when it's fed games that have been programmed to tap into that, the audio-visual experience is best-in-class. Caveats to an instant purchase, however, include a high price and current lack of available titles that fully make use of its hardware.

Read full review at T3
1 year ago
T3
 

Review: Xbox One X

 
1.0
Pros: Noticeable enhanced graphics for 1080p TVs, Compact hardware that runs quietly and maintains cool temperatuer, 4K looks phenomenal compared, Offers 4K Blu-ray player, Future proofed console that offers many performance upgrades for both 1080p and 4K users
Cons: Small 1TB hard-drive considering large size of downloads, Limited new titles at launch that are Xbox One X Enhanced
Verdict: Disclaimer: The Xbox One X and games were given for review purposes by Xbox Canada. Our opinions are our own.

Read full review at consolecreatures.com
1 year ago
consolecreatures.com
 

Xbox One X review: one for the 4K diehards

 
4.0
Verdict: F our years after the launch of the original machine, Microsoft's Xbox One family is now finally complete. Although the Xbox One X has been hailed as the most powerful console ever made, it very much remains an Xbox One derivative, running all the same games and working with all the accessories with...

Read full review at Guardian
1 year ago
Guardian
 

Xbox One X review: Great hardware, but where are the games?

 
3.5
Pros: Sharp design; powerful hardware; supported 4K HDR games look stunning
Cons: Expensive; lacks compelling exclusives; few enhanced games available at launch
1 year ago
wired.co.uk
 

Xbox One X review: Microsoft made a 4K mean machine

Verdict: Microsoft said it was going to make the most powerful console in the world, and it has. This is a high-end games machine for those who want that extra oomph to their visuals, that consistency to their frame rates, and a full 4K media arsenal at their fingertips.
1 year ago
Digital Spy
 

Xbox One X 4K UHD Review: One Monster of a Game Console

 
5.0
Pros: Overwhelming power boost for numerous games, including older Xbox titles, Native 4K HDR gaming fully supported, PC GPU-like graphics card, 4K UHD Blu-ray support, Compact and well built, Improves gaming on non-4K TVs
Verdict: Microsoft's Xbox One X goes extremely far towards fulfilling the prmises made about it by Microsoft in recent months. This truly is a 4K ultra HD-capable platform with some tremendous power under the hood.
1 year ago
4K
 

Xbox One X review

 
4.2
Pros: A lot of games will get a power boost, with support for Xbox, Xbox 360, and Xbox One titles, 4K Blu-ray drive, Small and well-designed hardware
Cons: You need external storage, 1TB isn't enough, Not enough exclusive 4K-enhanced games, The One S offers HDR and 4K Blu-ray support for less money
Verdict: The first time I powered up the Xbox One X, I genuinely thought my house was falling down. Microsoft's boot-up animation is bright, loud, and full of surround sound bass, perfectly epitomizing the bombastic nature of the company's "true 4K" gaming message.
1 year ago
theverge.com
 
Verdict: Microsoft has been playing catch-up with the PlayStation 4 ever since their ill-fated decision to center the Xbox One around the Kinect and always-online connectivity. That, combined with their inability to drum up high-quality exclusives, has had them behind the eight ball this cycle.
1 year ago
usgamer.net
 
 
4.4
Pros: Most powerful hardware ever in a home console, Solid selection of enhanced titles, 4K Blu-ray drive is great for movie fans
Cons: Expensive, Not worth it if you don't have a 4K TV, Still no VR support
Verdict: As promised, the Xbox One X is the most powerful game console ever. In practice, though, it really just puts Microsoft on equal footing with Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro. 4K/HDR enhanced games look great, but it's lack of VR is disappointing in 2017.

Read full review at Engadget
1 year ago
Engadget
 

Xbox One X: A beast of a console - at a price

 
4.0
Pros: Incredibly powerful, 4K games look great, 4K Blu-ray player included
Cons: Not enough 4K titles ready to play at launch, Expensive compared with PS4 Pro
Verdict: If you're interested in 4K gaming, you'll almost certainly be reading several Xbox One X reviews today. They'll all tell you the same thing: the hardware is great but it's far too expensive, and the games library can't match that available to the Sony PS4 Pro.

Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
1 year ago
expertreviews.co.uk
 

Review: Xbox One X

 
3.5
Verdict: The Xbox One X is touted as Microsoft's answer to 4K console gaming. It's designed to be the most powerful console ever, packing a staggering amount of processing power and memory into a frame that's no bigger than the dinky Xbox One S.
1 year ago
PC Authority
 

The Xbox One X: The Gizmodo Review

Verdict: Here's a fact rarely discussed outside of super nerdy gaming circles. The guts of your video game console actually matter. Once upon a time games were designed to run the same on every console and, in some cases (like the massive multiplayer first person shooter Destiny 2 ), games are still designed...
1 year ago
Gizmodo
 

Xbox One X Console Review

Pros: The new most powerful games console, Offers huge improvement over Xbox One, Wide range of Xbox One X Enhanced updates inbound, even for 360 games, Ultra HD Blu-ray player, Very sleek, compact design
Cons: Lacking line up of exclusive titles, Pricier than the competition, 1TB HDD will fill up quickly, Many games are now stupidly big
Verdict: There's no two ways about it, the Xbox One X is the new most powerful games console, more than capable of pushing Microsoft's "True 4K" goal when the hardware is in the right hands, and meeting the demands of the latest 4K TVs with support for HDR.

Read full review at TheSixthAxis
1 year ago
TheSixthAxis
 
 
4.0
Verdict: Xbox One X is a remarkable piece of hardware, but it isn't a console for 2017. It's hardware for the future that serves Microsoft's continuing recuperation plan. All Microsoft needs are games that make players as excited as PlayStation exclusives like Spider-Man and The Last of Us: Part 2, but...
1 year ago
ibtimes.co.uk
 
Pros: Everything looks very pretty
Cons: All your friends have a Playstation
Verdict: Here's a fact rarely discussed outside of nerdy gaming circles: The guts of your video game console actually matter. Once upon a time games were designed to run the same on every console, and in some cases (like the massive multiplayer first person shooter Destiny 2 ), games are still designed that...

Read full review at gizmodo.in
1 year ago
gizmodo.in
 

Xbox One X review: A surprising amount of power in a very small box

 
4.0
Pros: The most powerful console by a long shot, Small, quiet, and unassuming, Cheaper than full PC system builds with equivalent graphics cards
Cons: If you've got money to spend, a decent PC will still take you further (and is upgradeable, 1 TB hard drive is not prepared for the realities of modern...
Verdict: The Xbox One X exceeds not only its predecessor, but also matches up to the majority (55 percent or more) of gaming PCs today-and for only $500.
1 year ago
PC World
 

Microsoft Xbox One X

 
4.0
Pros: Impressive performance for a console. Ultra HD Blu-ray. HDR and wide color gamut. Full Xbox One compatibility
Cons: Expensive. Games need to be updated to take advantage of the extra power. 4K resolution, HDR, and frame rates are inconsistent across games. No Dolby Vision
Verdict: If you have a 4K, HDR-capable TV and the Xbox One has lots of games you like, the Xbox One X is a worthy upgrade. It can take advantage of your TV in ways the One and One S can't, and has media playback features the PS4 Pro lacks.

Read full review at PC Magazine
1 year ago
PC Magazine
 

Xbox One X Review

 
4.0
Pros: Improves performance for all games, Xbox One X Enhanced games look and run amazing, 4K UHD Blu-Ray player, Sleek design, Very easy to use
Cons: 4K recording options are limited, Timeliness of Xbox One Enhanced patches is unclear, Performance improvements can be unpredictable in non-Enhanced games
Verdict: The beastly Xbox One X is the best way to play console games.

Read full review at Digitaltrends
1 year ago
Digitaltrends
 

Xbox One X Review – Ushering in a New Era of True 4K Gaming

 
4.5
Pros: True 4K gaming, Impressive specs, Quicker load times, Stunning textures and draw distances
Cons: A tad expensive, 2TB would have been nice, Elite controller would have been nice
Verdict: I'll admit, reviewing the "world's most powerful console" is a bit of an overwhelming experience. It's the first time I (or any of us) have played on a true 4K gaming console. What could I possibly compare it to? I could stack it up against the PS4 Pro, but would that be fair?

Read full review at canadianonlinegamers.com
1 year ago
canadianonlinegamers.com
 

Xbox One X review: A surprising amount of power in a very small box

Verdict: The Xbox One X just might be the thing that lifts Microsoft out of its gaming console rut. Before the Xbox One even released there was that disastrous E3 2013, with news of an always-online console, Sony's price coup, and Don Mattrick out there talking about people using Xbox 360s on nuclear...

Read full review at review.goodgearguide.com.au
1 year ago
review.goodgearguide.com.au
 

Xbox One X Review – So Far, Pretty Good

Verdict: I've had my hands on the Xbox One X for just over a week now. I'm not quite ready to lock in my final opinion so far, just due to the lack of new releases that are Xbox One X enhanced (at this stage), but I feel like I've spent enough time with the console to give solid impressions and help you...

Read full review at Press-Start
1 year ago
Press-Start
 

Microsoft Xbox One X review

Verdict: The workmanship that's gone into Microsoft's latest console is exceptional. To quadruple graphics power over the original model but to retain essentially the same form factor and the same acoustics points to a level of engineering that really does take console design to the next level.
1 year ago
Eurogamer
 

Microsoft Xbox One X

 
4.0
Pros: Clean, detailed and immersive 4K image, Bright and punchy HDR, Improved user interface, Bitstream audio support
Cons: Picture and sound can be bettered for less money, Some set-up quirks, No 4K pass-through over HDMI, 1TB hard drive isn't big enough
Verdict: The Xbox One X is a capable all-consuming box of 4K tricks, even if it isn't the final word in outright quality

Read full review at What Hi-Fi?
1 year ago
What Hi-Fi?
 

Xbox One X review: Stacked with power and potential

 
4.5
Pros: Super speedy, packed with power and potential, native 4K gaming at 60fps, great 4K Blu-ray player, Dolby Atmos support
Cons: Needs a bigger library of "enhanced" games to give it true purpose, no Dolby Vision support for video
Verdict: We've been writing about the Xbox One X for so long, even before the "Project Scorpio" was announced at E3 2016, that it doesn't really feel like a new console. And, to be honest, in many ways it isn't.

Read full review at Pocket Lint
1 year ago
Pocket Lint
 

Xbox One X Review: Incredible 4K Power, Same So-So Exclusives

 
4.0
Pros: Supports native 4K gaming, Supports HDR for games and video, Plays UHD Blu-ray discs, Captures videos and stills in 4K resolution
Cons: Limited exclusive game library, A bit expensive
Verdict: "The most powerful console in the world." That's the lofty claim Microsoft is making about the $499 Xbox One X, the company's resounding answer to the $399 Sony PlayStation 4 Pro .
1 year ago
Tom's Guide
 

Xbox One X Review: Real 4K HDR gaming comes to consoles

Pros: Offers true 4K gaming, Long-term 'enhanced feature' plan is impressive, Most powerful video game console ever released
Cons: 4K compatible launch selection could be lacklustre, Might be too pricey for some, No Dolby Vision HDR compatibility
Verdict: Microsoft's new Xbox One X - just like its main competition Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro - sits in an interesting position in the console video game industry. It's not quite a complete generational leap, though the system is substantially more powerful than the Xbox One, Xbox One S and arguably even...

Read full review at mobilesyrup.com
1 year ago
mobilesyrup.com
 

Xbox One X review: A console packed with raw potential waiting to be fulfilled

Pros: Incredible 4K potential, Future-proofed for VR and FreeSync VRR, Amazing power in a tidy package, Xbox One X Enhanced games are relentlessly immersive
Cons: Little 4K media in the Xbox Store, and what is there is expensive, Price of entry is high when combined with a 4K TV, The timing of future 4K game patches is unclear
Verdict: With Xbox One X, Microsoft hopes you'll be willing to dive into the 4K revolution with its super-powered 6TF console. But how good is it really? And is it worth the hefty cost of admission? We have all the answers.
1 year ago
Windows Central
 

The Xbox One X Review: Putting A Spotlight On Gaming

Verdict: The Xbox One X is the third generation of the Xbox One, with the Xbox One S launching just over a year ago, but this is not just a smaller device. The X is a huge jump in performance over the original console, and if anyone doubted Microsoft's commitment to the gaming console, this seems to answer...
1 year ago
AnandTech
 

Review: Microsoft Xbox One X

 
4.0
Pros: Quieter than the OG Xbone, even at full tilt. System optimizations make current games look their best and shorten load times too. The new Xbox's 4K HDR abilities are promising with more impressive games in the future. 4K/UHD Blu-ray drive is a boon to connoisseurs of physical media.
Cons: Expensive compared to the Xbox One S and PS4 Pro. Rectangular, matte design is functional, but not beautiful. Lack of VR to tap into this powerful hardware is disappointing. Games will take some time to fully exploit the X's 4K graphics via updates. No true remote game streaming, still.
Verdict: Since the days of the NES, most every successful gaming console has basically been released twice. You'd get a big, loud, and expensive box at launch, then a few years later, a smaller, quieter, lower-cost version would show up.
1 year ago
Wired
 

Xbox One X Review [UPDATE]

 
4.5
Pros: High quality console performance, Form factor smaller and more slick than predecessors, Backwards compatible with a wide variety of games, Compatible with previous Xbox One controllers, accessories, etc, 4K UHD and HDR10 in full effect
Cons: Only comes in black (at launch, Power button remains unrepentantly attractive to toddler fingers, Controller should come with rechargeable batteries, Self-repair voids any/all hardware warranty
Verdict: Microsoft is winning the media war with Sony here in late 2017. Just as the holiday season rolls up here in 2017, it almost feels as though Microsoft's Xbox is the only competitor in their class.

Read full review at SlashGear
1 year ago
SlashGear
 
Verdict: The Xbox One X is undoubtedly a powerful console, and it manages to make its 8 million HDR pixels dance beautifully. Throw in Dolby Atmos support, and – with the right setup – you have a console that'll make eyes and ears snap, crackle and pop with pleasure.
1 year ago
Alphr
 

Xbox One X review

 
4.0
Verdict: Read our review of the Xbox One X to find out if it should be your next console purchase.
1 year ago
PC Advisor
 

Xbox One X Will I be getting One?

Verdict: After watching the E3 briefing last week I have to admit that I was only after two things, one a release date and two the price tag...

Read full review at Crowdedbrain
1 year ago
Crowdedbrain
 

It s got great gaming it's sounds good when playing call off duty on it

 
5.0
Verdict: I got this as a friend tell me that it would go good with my 4k tv so I came home and order it off very was happy that I did as workers great on it

Read full review at very.co.uk
1 month ago
very.co.uk
 

Wow

 
4.0
Verdict: Amazing! Replaced my Xbox one and is such an improvement

Read full review at Littlewoods
1 month ago
Littlewoods
 

Best Xbox One on the market

 
1.0
Verdict: Best Xbox One on the market. Plays all games faster and does loading times shorter. The only game that still has long loading times is Fallout 4 but getting a SSD drive will help out with that.

Read full review at Amazon
1 month ago
Amazon
 

Mostly Hype be warned

 
1.0
Verdict: Yes the graphics are very slightly better and the loading times are very slightly faster bearing in mind this don't do anything different to a normal xbox one in my view it's definitely not worth an extra £200 just because the differences are so slight even on a 4k uhd tv was expecting more from all...

Read full review at Amazon
2 months ago
Amazon
 

Error screens GALORE - good luck if you ever PLAY!

 
5.0
Verdict: Got the xbox one x in august 2018. ...and i was met with a barrage of problems! ...error screens, prompts to reset, restart, update etc. ...i followed everything ( i work in IT ) ....nothing worked.

Read full review at Smyths toys
2 months ago
Smyths toys
 

Awesome machine

 
5.0
Verdict: Love this console. Traded in xbox one s. Playong it on a 65" 4K looks awesome. I will not downvote because of slow downloads because it doesn't if you have good speed. Also will not downvote it because it disconnected from wireless because that will also be a modem issue.

Read full review at JB Hi-Fi
3 months ago
JB Hi-Fi
 

Nice piece of hardware.

 
5.0
Verdict: If you have a 4k display of some kind (TV/monitor) then I wholeheartedly recommend the Xbox one X . If you don't own one , you can still see some benefit such as downsampling on all games .
4 months ago
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