We already knew that it would have something from AMD at the centre but it turns out that it has a X949211-001 DG4001FYG87IA chipset with a 1.75 GHz AMD "Jaguar" 8-core CPU and a +900 Mhx overclocked 914 MHz AMD Radeon Graphics GPU.
The Xbox One S features a SATA III hard drive, a Seagate Spinpoint M9T ST2000LM003 2 TB 5400 RPM with 32 MB Cache. This is a slight upgrade over the SATA II drive in the original Xbox One.
Released on August 2, the Xbox One S comes at an interesting time for Microsoft. It is getting a kicking from Sony. It is the first to have a slimmed down version of its black box.
It is prettier and smaller one and with its native support for 4K and HDR, is a lot better than the original Xbox One. It weighs about a pound and a half less than its fat forbear. It is also a bit quieter despite its internal power supply.
The front USB port has been moved to the actual front instead of the left side and a clicky power button replaces the touch pad. At the moment, you can only get the 2TB hard drive version ($399), but later this month smaller 500GB ($299) and 1TB ($349) varieties will become available.