As is the case with many Microsoft announcements, the new Xbox One S console leaked before the company had the chance to confirm it at its E3 keynote. Now that it's official, we know that it will come with 4K and HDR support, a 2TB hard drive and front-facing USB port for that rarely-used Kinect accessory (if you buy an adaptor). Oh, and it's 40 percent smaller than its predecessor and has an integrated power supply, ditching that clumsy power brick. But how much will it cost?
When the Xbox One S goes on sale in August, the 2TB model -- which Microsoft is calling the "launch edition" -- will set you back £349, with the 500GB and 1TB coming in at £249 and £299 respectively. The console will come complete with a new controller that has twice the range of the current gamepad, thanks to Bluetooth support, textured grips and a new thumbstick. When it launches alongside the Xbox One S in the coming months, expect to pay £50 for the Windows-compatible gamepad.