Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S priceWhile Microsoft has yet to reveal exactly how much the Xbox Series X will cost, rumors point to a price tag of $499.99. The console is packed with cutting-edge technology after all, but Microsoft will want to ensure it avoids the negative response that Sony caused in 2006 when it announced the PS3 would be $599. The PS5 is also tipped to be around $499, so it would put the Xbox Series X in a strong position to compete with Sony’s hardware. … [Read more...] about Xbox Series X vs Xbox Series S: which Xbox will be right for you?
Does xbox one play xbox 360 games
What this means is that most Xbox One games will run on the Xbox Series S at 1080p or below in backward-compatibility mode, though they will benefit from certain built-in hardware advantages like the faster SSD. Games with unlocked frame rates should also perform better than on the Xbox One S. But specific Xbox One X enhancements like higher resolution won’t apply. … [Read more...] about The Xbox Series S plays Xbox One S versions of Xbox One games
When I received a Microsoft Surface Duo dual-screen Android mobile device two weeks ago from Microsoft for review, I was curious how and if it could fit into my daily workflow. I also was curious whether it could replace my current Android phone and/or Kindle. Most of all, I wanted to know if using this device regularly would answer my biggest question: Why does it exist? What does it offer that a single screen mobile phone or tablet doesn't.reader-supplied questions -- about this new device.Surface Laptop 3 and Pixel 3XL phone user. I've had a chance in the past to test-drive a few Surface devices (some provided by Microsoft and some of which I purchased myself). I've not been a big fan of the majority of Surface PCs. I did initially have high hopes for the Surface Go, as I'm perpetually in search of a thin, light and very portable computing device with good battery life. Sadly, the Surface Go fell short for me on multiple of those counts and wasn't lappable or usable for real … [Read more...] about Surface Duo review: Why I’m still confused about Microsoft’s dual-screen device