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How to get a new console to run the latest and greatest games, including Gears of War 4 and Minecraft title

By now you’ve probably heard of the Xbox One, the most powerful gaming machine ever made.

It has an impressive specs list that includes a quad-core CPU, a massive GPU, and two hard drives.

It’s also the only console on the market to offer a true “Home Theater Mode” with a full suite of streaming services.

And yes, this is true of the PS4, but it doesn’t stop there.

The PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio both have the same specs as their older sibling, the Xbox 720.

But they’re also capable of running games at 1080p at 30 frames per second.

And in many cases, they can even run games at higher resolutions, too.

The PS4 and Xbox 720 are the only consoles to support HDR (High Dynamic Range) and HDR10, which are two new video modes for games.

HDR is more than just a new format.

It makes it easier for you to see the colors of your images at different points in the scene.

It also means that you can see the depth of your scene, or how far away objects are.

HDR10 is more advanced and it includes better color correction, so that it looks sharper and more vibrant in high-end games like The Last of Us, for example.

Now, what are these new video features and how does it compare to the Xbox’s previous generation of consoles?

The Xbox 720 and PS4 consoles have HDR10 support, and both of them are capable of HDR10 gaming.

You’ll see both consoles support HDR10 when you plug your TV into your Xbox One.

HDR11 is also on the way, and it’s coming soon to the PS5 and Xbox One consoles.

HDR12, on the other hand, will be the next generation of HDR video.

The PlayStation 4 will support HDR12 too, but this will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 Pro.

HDR13 is the next evolution of HDR.

It adds some more advanced color correction techniques, which makes your image more vibrant.

This is called HDR14, and this is the new name for HDR15, which is the same as the current version of HDR13.

The Xbox Scorpion will also support HDR14.

If you want to check out the specs of your Xbox console and the specs for your PS4 or PS5, head over to our Xbox Scorpions page.