The Sams Report: Xbox Series X and the Gang of 2020 Hardware

Posted on December 13, 2019 by Brad Sams in Podcasts, The Sams Report with 4 Comments

On this edition of the Sams Report, Microsoft announced it’s next-generation console, the hardware coming in 2020 will be plentiful, and the company really loves the X branding.

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4 responses to “The Sams Report: Xbox Series X and the Gang of 2020 Hardware”

  1. kipkniskern

    Small point of order, Microsoft is saying Series X is "fastest, most powerful Xbox" nothing about "faster etc than Sony"

  2. findle

    Discussing pricing for the Series X - you know it will be a interesting thing because now they can use Game Pass to position this a single cost thing. When you bought into a new generation in the past, you not only had to pay the price of the system, but you had to take into account 2-3 games on top to play on it. But now I think about my Game Pass and that I'll already have their first party games made for this - its such a different conversation and budget consideration.

  3. simard57

    too tall for where I put my Xbox One S

    wonder if it can be put on side!

  4. Mr_MDavis

    Can you ask about the bumpers on the new controller. Are they using the new technology developed in the Elite 2, the same old crappy design of the current controller or perhaps another type of design? I am very interested in this answer as I have gone through at least 6 sets of bumpers on various xbox one controllers, not including the third set on my Elite controller which broke 3 weeks ago. I am currently limping by having re-mapped the bumpers to the paddles and am watching my KD crash while I retrain myself to these changes in the controller. I know I am not the only one with this issue as there is a thriving Amazon marketplace for Xbox Controller Replacement Bumpers (also on eBay).

    Perhaps this issue is due to my having large hands, which makes me even more concerned about a smaller controller.