Several media share their impressions with prototypes of the new Microsoft consoles in their hands, comparing their size with PS4 and Switch.
Recently the new Xbox Series S was presented, the access console to the new generation of Microsoft together with the all-powerful Xbox Series X; With the two consoles already presented, various media have been able to access prototypes of them to check their size and discover all the secrets of their design first-hand, including comparisons against other consoles such as Xbox One X, PS4, PS4 Pro or Nintendo Switch.
This is what the new generation of Microsoft looks like
Thus, media such as GameSpot or The Verge have shared their first impressions in both images and video of the new Microsoft consoles, that is, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, so that we can get an idea of the real size of both machines , the design differences between the two and compared to the competition, in the absence, of course, of comparing it with PS5, Sony’s next-gen and whose release date and price are unknown for now.
The Xbox Series S looks tiny compared to a PS4.
via @UnboxTherapy pic.twitter.com/wfMuaDhevN
– Xbox News (@XboxNewsReddit) September 10, 2020
Starting with Microsoft’s latest addition, Xbox Series S is 275x151x63.5mm in vertical position, according to Microsoft, the most contained Xbox in size in history; and as shown in The Verge, the console has small rubber feet so that users can position it as they wish.
According to The Verge, Xbox Series S is “surprisingly small” compared to Xbox Series X and even compared to Xbox One X. Other details of interest are the presence of two USB ports, HDMI 2.1 output, a port for Ethernet cable, an input for storage expansion disks and power supply input; on the front it has a single USB port.
Got my hands on the Xbox Series S and Series X … prototypes! Sent over by Microsoft
These designs are SLICK, especially the Series S!
Did some size comparisons w / current gen, saw how they fit in my broke boy Ikea setup. Check my breakdown on @GameSpot: https://t.co/qE5eIvk66j pic.twitter.com/oM4l4XC5Vw
– Michael Higham (@michaelphigham) September 10, 2020
GameSpot, for its part, has compared Xbox Series S in size with other consoles on the market such as PS4 or Nintendo Switch, showing how the new Microsoft console would look on a piece of furniture next to said competing consoles.