The Xbox One was introduced back in May 2013. Microsoft had, since then, released a redesigned variant of their gaming console, the Xbox One S. The redesigned model actually landed pretty recently, and it also adds some minor hardware upgrades which add support for 4K video playback and upscaling. Most of you know that Xbox is a direct competitor to Sony’s Playstation, and those of you who want to buy Microsoft’s gaming console are in luck, as the Xbox One S is actually discounted on Amazon at the moment, it’s quite a bit cheaper than it used to be.
The 500GB Xbox One S with Battlefield 1 game, one month of EA Access Xbox Wireless Controller, HDMI cable, 14-day Xbox Live Gold Trial and a 3 month Xbox Live Membership now costs only $212.50. Now, some of you might prefer the Sony Playstation 4 (Pro) over Xbox One (S), but we’d all agree this is a great deal. This is, of course, a part of Cyber Monday, and if you’re interested in picking the Xbox One S bundle for $212.50, be sure to act fast, as we’re not sure how long will this bundle going to be available at this price point. Do keep in mind that you will get a white variant of the Xbox One S if you decide to purchase this console. This console is fueled by AMD’s octa-core custom CPU clocked at 1.75GHz, and it comes with the Radeon GPU clocked at 914MHz, and 8GB of DDR3 RAM.