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Rating 2.9 out of 5 stars with 54 reviews

would recommend to a friend

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Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 24 reviews



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4k resolution
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Love the 4K

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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    The games look amazing my daughter loves the Xbox a lot.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Gutted system at increased price

    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member

    The PS4 has enjoyed a lead in gaming since its release. The one saving grace of the XBOX One S and XBOX One X is that they had a 4K Bluray player instead of the standard bluray player on the PS4. This may not seem very important, but for me it was just enough to push me to buy an Xbox One S. Fast forward to this, and this is a huge missed opportunity. It would have been easy to make this a must buy. All they had to do is to use that unused extra space to include a 1TB solid state drive, and a 5TB spinning drive. Why would I go digital only? Make me do it. This is terrible. They didn't even make it physically smaller... it's confusing, it doesn't add anything, it should have never made it out to the store shelf. The only natural reaction I can think of, is to buy a PS4.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Missed Opportunity

    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    As a LONG time Xbox fan and consumer, (I have an Original XBox, 360 and One) I feel XBox dropped the ball on this one. The XBox One S had a great selling point of having the 4K drive. If you buy one on the side you are paying well above the $50 difference between the systems. You also can not buy used games or borrow games from friends, etc. @@@@@@@@ Ok, your paying less and you know your not getting these feature, moving on) These missing features could have been justified if you put something else in there place. If you are going to go diskless, XBox really NEEDED to give this new console a larger internal drive. I have a 4 TB external drive plugged into my XBox One as games today take up A LOT of space. I have 3 games on my XBox that take up more than 100 GBs each. It would have been a better option to say, both systems retail at $300 but the diskless drive has a 3 or a 4 TB drive so you can really store all of your games on the device. With a 1 TB drive you are uninstalling and reinstalling all the time if you have even a remotely decent library of games. There is ample space in the system shell to add a second drive or have a larger drive. Heck, really give people incentive to go digital by give it a solid state drive for the games you are actively playing with a larger "storage" traditional drive. The Xbox One overall is a FANTASTIC system, however, in its current state, pay the extra $50 and get a disk based Xbox One S and skip the diskless version.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Brand response


      Hey there,

      Thank you for your comments on Xbox One S All-Digital Edition. We understand some customers prefer the convenience of accessing games and entertainment digitally, while others prefer using discs. The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition is about providing gamers value and choice and is the newest member of the Xbox One family of devices built for disc-free gaming. It coexists alongside Xbox One S and Xbox One X, so customers have even more options to choose from.

      Just as you've done with your current Xbox One, those who need extra storage space can also find a selection of external hard drives or solid state drives compatible with Xbox One S All-Digital Edition here on

      Hope that helps,
      Xbox Customer Care Microsoft