The move might help Microsoft woo consumers who might otherwise wait for the price of the Xbox Series X and Sony's PlayStation 5 machines to fall before deciding which platform to adopt. "The Xbox Series S in my view, represents a great value compromise in a world of ever-increasing costs for cutting-edge technology," commented Adam Campbell, founder of POC in Play, an organisation that promotes people of colour working in the gaming industry. "It could be a real winner for the average gamer and an advantage against Xbox’s main rival.
Xbox Series S: Microsoft confirms price and release date https://t.co/IrwvsdatM4— BBC News Technology (@BBCTech) September 8, 2020
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