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It's true that good things come in small packages.
It is the tiniest Xbox ever, and it's 60 percent smaller than the Xbox Series X. It's ideal for casual players who want to play Xbox exclusives without taking up too much space on their system.
The small machine that packs a punch
With Xbox Series S, you'll get all-digital next-gen performance. You don't need to know what "Xbox Velocity Architecture" means; all you need to know is that it allows you to play with lightning-fast load times, smooth game switching, and consistent speed and power.
There are more options to play.
Xbox Game Pass gives you access to over 100 titles for your Xbox One and PC. And, if you're an Android user, Project xCloud will bring cloud gaming to you.
Which is better, the Series X or the Series S?
The Xbox Series S includes all of the functionality that the majority of players require. It supports high-resolution gaming at 120 frames per second, 4K upscaling for games, and 4K multimedia streaming to your TV via Netflix and Microsoft Movies. The Series X is for you if you want genuine, crisp 4K gaming and yet want to play titles from earlier Xbox generations on disc. Alternatively, rent both and discover which one best suits your tastes.