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Microsoft Xbox Series S Console (UAE Version)
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|Installment Plan||Monthly Installment||Total|
|3 months||AED 378.84||AED 1,136.52|
|6 months||AED 189.42||AED 1,136.52|
|9 months||AED 126.28||AED 1,136.52|
|12 months||AED 94.71||AED 1,136.52|
Enhance your purchase
- DISC FREE: Go all digital with the Xbox Series S and build a library of digital games. Your games, saves and backups are safe in the cloud. Plus, enjoy the ability to pre-order and pre-install upcoming games so you’re ready to play the moment they launch.
- QUICK RESUME: The new Quick Resume feature lets you continue multiple games from a suspended state almost instantly, returning you to where you were and what you were doing, without waiting through long loading screens.
- SMART DELIVERY: With Smart Delivery, you can buy a supported game once and always have the best available version for whatever console you play on.
- 3D SPATIAL AUDIO: It is the next evolution in audio technology, using advanced algorithms to create immersive lifelike worlds that put you at the centre of your experience.
- POWER YOUR DREAMS: With over 100 high-quality titles in Xbox Game Pass and thousands of current favourites, new releases, and time-honoured titles available, the Xbox Series S brings a launch library that's ready for adventure as soon as you open the box.
The next generation of gaming brings our largest digital launch library yet to our smallest Xbox ever. With more dynamic worlds, faster load times, and the addition of Xbox Game Pass (sold separately), the all-digital Xbox Series S is the best value in gaming.
From the manufacturer
Next-gen performance in the smallest Xbox console ever
Introducing the Xbox Series S, the smallest, sleekest Xbox console ever. Experience the speed and performance of a next-gen all-digital console.
More playing, less waiting
Experience next-gen speed and performance with the Xbox Velocity Architecture, powered by a custom SSD and integrated software.
Amazing features in an all-digital console
Minimize load times with a custom-built 512GB NVMe SSD and seamlessly move between multiple recently played games in a flash with Quick Resume.
Thousands of games across four generations
Play thousands of games from four generations of Xbox, including Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Original Xbox titles with backward compatibility.
When all hope is lost and humanity’s fate hangs in the balance, the Master Chief is ready to confront the most ruthless foe he’s ever faced. The legendary Halo series returns with the most expansive Master Chief story yet and a ground-breaking free to play multiplayer experience (requires Xbox Live Gold on console, game and membership sold separately).
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes over 100 high-quality games on console, and PC, and online multiplayer.
Meet the new Xbox Wireless Controller
Experience the modernized Xbox Wireless Controller, designed for enhanced comfort during gameplay. Stay on target with textured grip, seamlessly capture and share content.
Use most of your Xbox One accessories—including controllers, headsets, and more—on Xbox Series S.
Xbox Family Settings app
Game time now comes with more peace of mind with the free Xbox Family Settings app on Android and iOS. Easily manage your children’s activities on Xbox consoles and enable gaming options that are right for your family. Quickly get into the fun by adding your children to your family account in a snap. Set screen time, update content restrictions, and stay on top of incoming friend requests.*
Top reviews from United Arab Emirates
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The xbox controllers are surprisingly comfortable.
The series S is a great start for someone like me, the price was great, the performance is outstanding and I am enjoying good quality gaming.
Its size makes it ideal to carry around for travel and/or between rooms. Straight forward set-up and actually I am enjoying remote playing from my phone device as well. Good heat management and its size makes it easier to place it in a suitable place for its ventilation.
Yet as a fact, my TV is a 2017 4K model, so a series S or X won’t make much of a difference for me at this stage. However if you have a good 4k TV then consider your choices, as quality will be different.
The series X is “the beast” for xbox gaming, and for the long run it will be able to support higher quality gaming. Since the series S does not natively operates on 4k (produces the content in 4k resolution), but instead upscales it some gaming companies might struggle to keep supporting the series S with the highest quality connect as per multiple online articles.
I really hope Microsoft continue to support the series S, as it will be a shame to start seeing games not adding ray-tracing to the series S games. I bought this device as something secondary to my PC, but now I’m loving it and it is my primary gaming consul. Would love to see it well supported.
The cons of series S is the storage. Even though I should be supporting the series S, unfortunately with this issue it is difficult. The series S offers around 360GB of usable storage for games. So a game like Call of Duty Cold War has taken almost all my storage (around 270 GB). Now buying an expandable SSD for xbox (the seagate) is an option buy an expensive one indeed. You would be better of buying the series X (though it as well will only offer around 800GBs) if you want to game multiple new-gen games.
I am using an external HDD (4TB Seagate- available on amazon), and it is doing the trick for me. I am mainly gaming with somewhat older games that may run from external storage. Tbh the speed is good enough that I did not notice much change in performance, which I think is a thumbs up for microsoft and xbox.
My trick is to move heavy games around to external storage when I will not gaming with them, and move the other series X|S optimized games that I want to game to internal storage. It is a bit of a hassle but luckily the xbox is a beast and the process does not take much time.
Only problem is the storage, 500gb is not enough for games nowadays you've to buy an external SSD/HDD for extra.
The only quirk I can't get my head around is that certain games just freeze indefinitely.