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Cheapest Microsoft Xbox One S Price in Philippines is ₱ 12,891.50

The Microsoft Xbox One S is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Microsoft Xbox One S price in Philippines is ₱ 12,891.50 from Amazon. Microsoft Xbox One S price details are updated October 2019.

Microsoft Xbox One S Price Guide

Price List by Country for Microsoft Xbox One S

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 1,796.61 ₱ 11,809.00
Indonesia IDR 2.846.000 ₱ 10,383.00
Malaysia MYR 1,046.58 ₱ 12,892.00
Philippines PHP 12,891.50 ₱ 12,892.00
Singapore SGD 368.00 ₱ 13,857.00
Thailand THB 9,990 ₱ 16,938.00
Vietnam VND 5.739.315 ₱ 12,750.00

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News about Microsoft Xbox One S

Recently, Microsoft made headlines as a spokesperson from the company spilled the latest Surface Pro’s launch date which is going to be on December 1, 2017. It is supposed to be revealed by the head of Microsoft’s Surface division, Panos Panay, on October 31 during the company’s Future Decoded event in London. However, the Microsoft spokesperson during the Ignite 2017 conference in Florida inadvertently revealed the launch date. Not to mention, the representative mentioned that the LTE version of the Surface Pro is already listed on the online storefront of Microsoft UK.

Recently, Microsoft made headlines as a spokesperson from the company spilled the latest Surface Pro’s launch date which is going to be on December 1, 2017. It is supposed to be revealed by the head of Microsoft’s Surface division, Panos Panay, on October 31 during the company’s Future Decoded event in London. However, the Microsoft spokesperson during the Ignite 2017 conference in Florida inadvertently revealed the launch date. Not to mention, the representative mentioned that the LTE version of the Surface Pro is already listed on the online storefront of Microsoft UK.


Microsoft Xbox One S Specs

Xbox One S + Battlefield 1 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelXbox One S + Battlefield 1
DateNov 2016

Reviews of Microsoft Xbox One S

pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2017-07-24
Nearly flawless as an Ultra HD Blu-ray player (in terms of video quality, that is), Can stream 4K video from the internet, HDMI input for connecting and controlling a set-top box
Conventional media remote control costs extra, Loads discs slower than dedicated UHD Blu-ray players
This review doesn't touch the gaming side of the Xbox One S. If that's what interests you, this review discusses some of that. We used use the same 2TB model for this evaluation, but the less-expensive 500GB model will do just as well if you plan to use t...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-08
Microsoft began letting early adopters take their first version of the Xbox One home one cold November night three years ago. Now the company is back with the Xbox One S, a redesigned evolution of that first console.The right mix of hardware inside lets...
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flatpanelshd.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-30
HDR gaming, UHD Blu-ray drive, Some apps support 4K/HDR streaming, Excellent controller, Price
Full HD resolution in games (upscaled to 4K), Still relatively high power consumption for streaming, Not as powerful as PS4 Pro, Still lacks 4K/HDR in several apps
Microsoft, like Sony, has released a mid-cycle upgrade of the Xbox One dubbed Xbox One S. I cannot say for certain what the 'S' stands for but two of the most important new features are the UHD Blu-ray player and support for HDR High Dynamic Range in gam...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-19
Reasonably sized - far smaller than Xbox One, Controller further perfected over Xbox One, Plays all Xbox One games, 4K video output, Ultra HD gaming upscaling
True 4K gaming isn't quite here yet, Kinect needs adapter to connect, Not a replacement for Xbox One (that'll come next year)
I've been using the Xbox One S for a while now, and it's become clear that Microsoft has a winner on its hands. Not just because the device is better than its predecessor – and less expensive. The Xbox One S is better than the Xbox One, the PS4, and the P...
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gottabemobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-10
Microsoft began letting early adopters take their first version of the Xbox One home one cold November night three years ago. Now the company is back with the Xbox One S, a redesigned evolution of that first console.The right mix of hardware inside lets...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-16
Nearly flawless as an Ultra HD Blu-ray player (in terms of video quality, that is), Can stream 4K video from the internet, HDMI input for connecting and controlling a set-top box
Doens't support high-definition audio codecs such as Dolby TrueHD, Conventional media remote control costs extra, Loads discs slower than dedicated UHD Blu-ray players
This review doesn't touch the gaming side of the Xbox One S. If that's what interests you, this review discusses some of that. We used use the same 2TB model for this evaluation, but the less-expensive 500GB model will do just as well if you plan to use t...
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venturebeat.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-06
Xbox Live is going to make it easier to find new friends.Microsoft announced today that new features will enter testing soon for Preview members on Xbox One and the Xbox app on Windows 10. Specifically, Clubs and Looking for Group will help Xbox fans find...
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wmpoweruser.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-03
Fantastic design, New controller is great, Stylish heat vent, Good selection of games, Backwards compatibility
Insecure stand, Slow OS
The console itself is very aesthetically pleasing. It was designed by Andrew Kim, the same person who landed a job at Microsoft by designing a rebrand of the company, and it looks great. Not only is it smaller than the original Xbox One model, but it mana...
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bgr.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-02
As a consumer, I've never cared much about video game console redesigns. I had the boxy PlayStation 2 until I no longer had any use for a PlayStation 2. I still have an OG PlayStation 3 sitting in my entertainment center, complete with the backwards compa...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-25
Microsoft launched the Xbox One S earlier this month , revitalizing its current-generation console lineup with some new features. Here's how it stacks up against the previous version.The Xbox One S is 40 percent smaller than its predecessor and is built t...
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yahoo.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-04
Smartphones can't settle on a size – first they're smaller, then they're bigger – but new versions of home video game consoles follow the traditional tech plan: they shed weight, slim down, hush up and adopt way cooler style.That's what happened with both...
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4k.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
Excellent design, New controller is more user friendly, 4K video playback, Streaming from Netflix, Amazon, HDR gaming and video support, 4K upscaling of 1080p games
Not a real 4K gaming console at all, No Kinect port built-in, Only comes with one controller, Overshadowed by Microsoft Scorpio
After a fairly long wait, the Microsoft Xbox One S has finally arrived on sale and while this new revamp of the classic Xbox One is definitely not an entirely new gaming console –for that we'll have to wait for the Xbox Scorpio in 2017—it's definitely a b...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
There were very few complaints when the original Xbox One was announced, and it failed to handle 4K. In 2013 nobody really cared about HDs successor. Not unless theyd spent thousands of dollars on one of the few 4K TV sets available at the time. Yes, th...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
The only game console with a UHD Blu-ray drive for 4K movie playback, Refined design, Very quiet and very small, Excellent pack-in gamepad
4K streaming apps and 4K Blu-ray playback don't work out of the box, HDR video for gaming won't be available until this fall, No reason to buy unless you own a 4K TV
Microsoft is making a lot of assumptions with the Xbox One S . It's a 40 percent smaller and 100 percent whiter version of the Xbox One that launched nearly three years ago , albeit with a few key differences. First is the built-in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray pla...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
Massive 2 TB Launch Edition should store most of your games, Its 4K, HDR capabilities are perfect for the 4K generation, Space savings with no apparent cooling issues
Without a 4K TV, One S advantages go away, Attaching the stand feels permanent, even if it isn't, Next-gen Project Scorpio is little more than a year away
If you're a PC-first type of person, there's really only one reason to buy Microsoft's Xbox One S: You own or plan to own a 4K HDR TV, and want a relatively affordable but feature-packed media box to show it off.As a gaming machine, the Xbox One S fills a...
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technobuffalo.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
Microsoft's E3 presence this year was, in a way, not too different from their presence back in 2013 when the original Xbox One debuted. At both shows, Microsoft showed off a console that left people asking, “Who is this for?”The Xbox platform we have now...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
Looks great, Smaller, 4K and HDR support
No SSD option, Might be better to wait for Project Scorpio
Great console, bad timingThere's no way to talk about the Xbox One S without talking about the console it's replacing, the Xbox One. So I will just start by saying the really obvious thing: the Xbox One S is what the original Xbox One should have been.Tha...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
Lighte, sleeker chassi, Available with 2TB of storag, Can stream 4K conten, HDR support for videos and game, Smartly redesigned controller
Can't play games in 4K
Call it a midlife crisis. Nearly three years after its initial launch, the time has come for Microsoft to re-release the Xbox One in the interest of rejuvenating customer interest. The new Xbox One S (starting at $299; $399 as reviewed) is a slimmer redes...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
Ultra HD Blu-ray playback, Smaller footprint, Increased storage options, Redesigned gamepad features a headset jack
Bottom Line, The new, streamlined Microsoft Xbox One S is smaller than the original Xbox One console, comes with a redesigned controller, and can play Ultra HD Blu-ray discs
Microsoft has redesigned the Xbox One into a slimmer, sleeker, whiter package. The Xbox One S is the same game system as the original Xbox One at heart, but the $399.99 console adds Ultra HD Blu-ray disc support, pumps up the hard drive to a full 2TB (bun...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-02
The Xbox One S is a slick looking game console that's 40 percent smaller than the original and ditches the infamously gigantic power brick. It can display 4K video from streaming services and Ultra HD Blu-rays, and supports HDR contrast on video and games...
4K, Ultra HD Blu-ray and HDR settings only work with newer TVs, and may require some trial and error. The updated controller feels cheaper than its predecessor. Project Scorpio, the more powerful Xbox One successor, arrives in late 2017
This is more like it.The Xbox One S is the version of the console that Microsoft should've first released back in 2013 instead of the lumbering beast that we got. It's better in a number of ways, making it even more of a worthy alternative to Sony's PlayS...
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