In my house, the gaming console is the epicenter of the living room. It’s where we watch shows and movies, listen to music and podcasts, pull up recipe videos and, of course, play games. For a few years now, this workload has been handled by my PlayStation 4, but for the past few weeks, it’s been an Xbox Series X — which means there’s been a lot more yelling in my home.
This is our final preview of the Xbox Series X, where we can discuss everything the near-final console has to offer. We previously took a deep dive into Quick Resume, the performance of the backward compatible library and the industrial design of the console, but today it’s all about how the new box fits into daily life and what that HDMI 2.1 cable means for your TV.
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