Two new Xbox consoles hit the market

November 10, 2020
Two new Xbox consoles hit the market

Xbox reports a new record among consumers

The “world’s most powerful console” was launched earlier today by Microsoft.

Xbox Series X and Series S are the new two models launched by Microsoft after seven years since its first model. The “world’s most powerful console” refers to Series X, which will be available for $499.99. Series S is priced at $299.99, and it’s already under the spotlight as it lacks specific graphics, less storage capacity, and is less powerful than the X model.

After the release, Microsoft had a record of preorders ever for a console. Also, it is the first time when it launched a product globally on the same day.

Despite the market sentiment, Microsoft’s stock price traded 1.6% lower after the news.

Sources: cnbc.com, finance.yahoo.com

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