Microsoft Xbox Series X

Microsoft Xbox Series X
alaScore 89

28 avis

Fév. 2021

alaTest a collecté et analysé 28 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit Microsoft Xbox Series X. La note moyenne du produit est 4.3 sur 5, tandis que les autres Consoles de Jeux Vidéo ont une note moyenne de 4.1 sur 5. Les auteurs d'avis apprécient le design mais de nombreux avis ont des doutes sur la taille.

design

portabilité, taille, valeur

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres Consoles de Jeux Vidéo, le Microsoft Xbox Series X obtient un alaScore™ de 89/100 = Très Bien.

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Avis d'expert par : Chris Morris (digitaltrends.com)

Microsoft Xbox Series X review: A sports car with no gas

 

A lack of must-have titles at launch stalls Microsoft's momentum, despite the Xbox Series X being a hardware beast.

Gobs of potential ; More storage than PS5 ; Accessible library through Game Pass ; Good value

Lacks a standout launch game ; Difficult to fit in most A/V cabinets ; Next-gen potential is untapped

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Robert Jones (t3.com)

Xbox Series X review: Microsoft's next-gen flagship rated

 

Read T3's Xbox Series X review now to find out if this is the next-gen console you should buy

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : What Hi-Fi? (whathifi.com)

Xbox Series X review

 

Next-gen gaming is here! Or is it?

4K games look and play better ; Blu-ray player and lots of apps ; Almost silent operation

No exclusive games ; Noisy disc drive ; Unchanged operating system

It feels more like a refinement than a true generational leap, but the Xbox Series X is still an excellent 4K gaming machine

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

Microsoft Xbox Series X Review

 

Impressive 4K, HDR graphics ; Smooth performance ; Incredibly fast load times, thanks to SSD ; Strong backward compatibility, including accessories

You still won't get 4K/60 in many games ; Incomplete backward compatibility list for original Xbox and Xbox 360 games

The Xbox Series X is Microsoft's most powerful game system yet, with native 4K graphics and an SSD for blazing-fast load times.

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Rik Henderson (pocket-lint.com)

Xbox Series X review: A next-gen powerhouse

 

The Series X is the new flagship of the Xbox ecosystem, but does its compatibility with current gen machines and games also diminish its wow factor?

Extremely powerful ; Superfast in menus and loading times ; Built to last in both body and specs ; Capable of native 4K gaming at 60fps ; Also supports up to 120fps gaming

Heavy and chunky - hard to hide away in standard TV cabinets ; Not a whole lot of games will make good use of its power at launch ; No Dolby Vision support for 4K Blu-rays (yet)

In the Series X, Xbox has built the self-proclaimed "most powerful games console" on the planet. It is extremely fast in operation, making mincemeat of both menu browsing and loading times for games. It just needs the games to catch up to best exploit...

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Sherri L. Smith (laptopmag.com)

Xbox Series X review: The most powerful console in the world

 

The Xbox Series X blurs the line between console and PC

Seriously powerful ; Incredibly fast game load times ; Understated design ; Excellent backwards compatibility ; Runs cool and quiet

Lacks first-party title exclusives ; Big and heavy

The Xbox Series X brings power, innovation and loads of games to the next gen console war.

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Brett Howse (anandtech.com)

The Xbox Series X Review: Ushering In The Next Generation of Game Consoles

 

What makes a console generation? The lines have been blurred recently. We can state that the Xbox Series X, and its less-powerful sibling, the Series S, are the next generation consoles from Microsoft. But how do you define the generation? Just three...

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Chris Burns (slashgear.com)

Xbox Series X Review – Console as time machine

 

Xbox Series X is a doorway to the next generation in console gaming. Xbox Series X also launched with the ability to play the vast majority of Xbox games (Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One), making the lot …

Enables 4K 120Hz, 8K 60Hz gaming/video ; Remote Play works like a charm ; Plays vast majority of legacy Xbox games ; Makes old Xbox games look and play better ; Super simple transition from legacy Xbox

Requires Xbox/Microsoft account to use ; Depends on internet connection more than ever ; Availability limited (at launch)

Nov. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Peter Phelps (recombu.com)

Xbox Series X Review

 

The Xbox Series X is out now, offering a big power upgrade and some remarkable new features; but should it be your top-choice new console to see you through this generation?

— it’s very powerful and innovative

What we didn’t like — lacks tempting exclusives

The Xbox One X is a great console that gets so much right. It offers all the power you need – notably more than a PS5 – and puts it to work for useful new features such as Quick Resume, that will improve your gaming experience. One of the few weakness...

Dec. 2020

Avis d'expert par : Dominic Preston (techadvisor.co.uk)

Xbox Series X

 

The Xbox Series X is the most powerful Xbox ever, but outside of the game-changing SSD most players won't see a reason to upgrade - yet.

Nov. 2020

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