PlayStation 4 Pro vs Xbox One X vs Nintendo Switch
Was the wait for Xbox One X worth it? We weigh up the new console against its competitors.
Though Sony beat its console competitors to the punch by releasing its mid-generation jump to PlayStation 4 Pro in 2016, Nintendo kicked off 2017 with some seriously impressive sales for its portable/home hybrid Nintendo Switch. Now the Xbox One X has been officially announced, we can finally pit it against its rivals to weigh its worth.
To help you make decide on which console suits your needs, we've compared the three consoles side-by-side.
|Specs||Nintendo Switch||Xbox One X||PlayStation 4 Pro|
|CPU||Four ARM Cortex A57 cores (theoretical max 2GHz)||8 core CPU @ 2.3GHz||x86-64 AMD "Jaguar," 8 cores|
|GPU||256 CUDA cores (theoretical max 1GHz)||Six teraflop GPU @ 1,172 MHz, 40 compute units||4.20 TFLOPS, AMD Radeon-based graphics engine|
|Memory||4GB||12GB GDDR5||GDDR5 8GB|
|Storage size||32GB expandable to 2TB with MicroSD||1TB||1TB|
|Dimensions||Switch: 6.2 inch, Dock: 104mm x 173mm x 54mm||TBA||295×55×327 mm|
|AV output||HDMI (connects to Switch dock)||HDMI out port (supports 4K/HDR)||HDMI out port (supports 4K/HDR)|
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