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Xbox One vs PS4: Which is the best console?

We take a look at Microsoft and Sony's flagship consoles and see how the price, specs, features, games, accessories and more compare to see which console is worth your money. (Xbox Price in Pakistan - Buy now)

2017 is set to be a huge year for console gamers, with hardware taking a huge leap forward, particularly in the Xbox family. Last year we saw the launch of the PS4 Pro and Xbox One S, two new hardware iterations that improved upon the 2013 originals with a range of cool new features.

The PS4 Pro is a solid upgrade over the PS4, capable of upscaling specific games to 4K using a sophisticated checkerboarding technique. It can also enhance performance using the newly implemented Boost Mode with increased frame rates across multiple titles.

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Xbox One S, on the other hand, is a smaller, more refined machine complete with a 4K Blu-ray player and HDR support. These are impressive machines, yet both may pale in comparison to Xbox Project Scorpio when it launches later this year.


The arrival of the Xbox One S changes the game somewhat. It's essentially the machine the Xbox One should have been at launch. It's smaller, more attractive and comes with some serious benefits, such as 4K video playback, support for HDR TVs.

Post dated June 25, 2017.

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