Rumor: First look at Xbox Series S, priced at $299

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We can confirm via our sources that the entry-level Xbox Series S will cost $299 at retail, with a $25 per month Xbox All Access financing option, which Microsoft is planning to push hard via various retailers and a large global roll out.

The prices Microsoft have put forward for the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X put them firmly in-line with the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, and it will be interesting to see how Sony prices the competing PlayStation 5 in response. As of writing, the source for these claims is unknown so it's important to take this news with a grain of salt.

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Should this pricing turn out to be legitimate, this likely means Australians are in for a $699-$749 local price point. It doesn't seem to have a disc drive, but we won't know for sure until we see more images or hear more about it. The design looks much more in line with the current generation's consoles. The photo render shows a white console that looks similar to (but not exactly like) the Xbox Series X, along with the controller we saw last month. The Xbox Series S is rumoured to include 7.5GB of ram (compared to the Xbox Series X 13.5GB of usable RAM), an underclocked CPU speed and around 4 teraflops of GPU performance (compared to the Xbox Series X 12 teraflops of GPU performance).

Options for financing via Xbox All Access are now available in Australia for the Xbox One S and Xbox One X via Telstra, and it's already confirmed similar deals will be offered for the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X locally. Should we recieve comment, we'll update this post.

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