22 Xbox One X Pictures

We got to go up close and personal with Microsoft's new Xbox One X. Here are a bunch of new pictures of the console straight from E3.
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    We got to go up close and personal with Microsoft's new Xbox One X. Here are a bunch of new pictures of the console straight from E3.



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    Here are the ports on the back of the Xbox One X. From left to right we have: power, HDMI out, HDMI in, two USB 3.0 ports, IR out, S/PDIF, and gigabit Ethernet.



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    The left side of the chassis features some vents.



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    The Xbox One X features a physical power button and a single USB 3.0 port in the front.



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    Microsoft says the Xbox One X is the company's smallest console to date. Here is an Xbox One controller on top for scale.



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    The Xbox One X looks very similar to a black Xbox One S, which is pictured to the right.



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    The Xbox One X does offer a S/PDIF port, however, which the Xbox One S lacks.



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    Here are new Xbox Design Lab controllers, which feature newly revealed colors for E3.



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    Here is a shot of all the Xbox One X's layers. The top layer here showcases the top of the case.



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    The second layer here showcases the metal chassis.



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    This is a shot of the Xbox One X's HDR Blu-ray drive. Even Sony's high-end PS4 Pro does not feature a Blu-ray drive.



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    This picture showcases the Xbox One X's fan.



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    Like the Xbox One S before it, the Xbox One X features an integrated power supply.



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    This is the Xbox One X's heat sink, which is used to keep the console's CPU cool.



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    This is the bottom of the heat sink, which showcases the vapor chamber cooler. Vapor chamber coolers contain a vacuum-sealed liquid inside that transforms to gas at high temperatures to help keep the console cool.




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    This is the console's motherboard coupled with its 8-core AMD SOC. Xbox One X features an integrated GPU that's capable of delivering six teraflops of performance. The system also has 12GB of GDDR5 memory.



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    This is the Xbox One X's hard drive. It uses a 2.5-inch solution.



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    This is the bottom of the chassis.



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    This is the bottom of the Xbox One X.



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    Underneath the case, the Xbox One X features a small circular texture.



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    The right of the chassis features more vents and an engraving that reads, "Hello from Seattle."



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    Here is an image of the Xbox One X development kit, which is outfitted with 12GB more RAM for developers.


    Source: GameSpot

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