Microsoft Confirms Xbox Series S – And the Memes are Taking Off
- Microsoft has officially confirmed the Xbox Series S.
- The budget console is priced at $299 and will reportedly originate on Nov. 10.
- The memes are coming in thick and hasty.
Inside hours of a wide orchestrated leak revealing the console’s build, Microsoft has officially unveiled the long-rumored, less extremely efficient, budget Xbox Series S, miniature brother to the Series X.
Diversified leaks in most modern months suggested as much, then again it’s the first time Microsoft has officially confirmed the existence of the console.
Priced at $299, the Series S promises ‘next-gen performance in the smallest Xbox ever’ in line with the trickle of particulars launched by Microsoft to this level. WindowsCentral experiences that both consoles will originate on Nov. 10.
Xbox Series S Memes
Now now not losing any time, onlookers own no longer squandered the replacement to pump out memes impressed by Microsoft’s most modern major announcement, much in the identical vogue as the Series X unhurried closing one year and the PS5 in June.
The Series S’ good, thin build, and the immense unlit cooling grille sitting prominently on the top/front (reckoning on the draw you orient the console), which stands in stark inequity to the remainder of the console’s white color plan, lend to varied comparisons.
Twitter’s illustrious similarities to a speaker, a front-loading washing machine, a sizzling plate, a power-through speaker field, and even a bean from this summer season’s replacement war royale phenomenon Tumble Guys.
The similarity of Microsoft’s next-gen line-up to home home equipment didn’t recede uncared for by others, who as soon as extra pointed out the Series X’s uncanny resemblance to a fridge.
Whereas the Series S could furthermore presumably be meme-great, it represents a diploma of continuity in Microsoft’s hardware build, borrowing closely from its predecessor, the Xbox One S, which shares an identical unlit/white plan, and a immense cooling grille perched on the top of the console, even supposing far less conspicuously than the Series S.
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