Formerly known as "Project Scorpio," Microsoft on June 11 christened its new console the Xbox One X. It's the black one in the foreground, with the white 2016 Xbox One S in the rear.
Microsoft called the One X the "smallest Xbox ever." By two measurements it is, but barely: The new console is 5mm (0.2 inch) shorter and has a volume of 4,320 cubic centimeters, 90 cubic centimeters less than the Xbox One S.
In fact, the One X is 5mm wider than its predecessor: The One S on the bottom is 29.5cm (11.61 inches) wide while the One X is 30cm (11.81 inches) wide.
The One X is deeper, too: Here you can see its 24cm (9.45-inch) depth on the top extending past the 23cm (9.01-inch) One S on the bottom.
The Xbox One X is 5mm thinner than the One S: It's 60cm (2.36 inches) versus 65mm (2.56 inches).
Here you can see the rear of both units. Ports are identical: one front USB, two rear USB (with Kinect support with adapter); HDMI in and out; S/PDIF digital audio; Ethernet. The best news? Like the One S, the One X has an internal power supply -- no Buick-sized power brick like early Xbox models had.
Here's that front USB port on the One X, which gives you a sense of the size of the front face.
The Xbox One X weighs quite a bit more than the One S: 8.4 pounds (3.81 kg) versus 6.4 pounds (2.9 kg).
Microsoft appears to be sticking with the same controller. (The controller got a slight update when the One S came out last year.)
Here's another view from the side.
The One X will be available only in black at launch.
The One X will retail for $499 when it's released on November 7. That's $100 more than the PS4 Pro, and double the current price of the entry-level Xbox One S.