Xbox One S 1TB All-Digital Edition Console

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250 € 174 €

Go all digital with the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition and enjoy disc-free gaming with three great digital games included: Sea of Thieves, Fortnite Battle Royale, and Minecraft.


Go all digital with the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition and enjoy disc-free gaming with three great digital games included: Sea of Thieves, Fortnite Battle Royale, and Minecraft.

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If purchased through Xbox All Access, the bundle includes 24-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate includes Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass for Console, Xbox Game Pass for PC, and other benefits; game catalog varies over time. Internet access required (ISP fees apply). Membership conversion: your existing Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass membership(s) will automatically convert to Ultimate at a conversion ratio, learn more Digital Direct: Your 24-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate membership is delivered directly to your console during set-up and is available in Settings; no codes required. Warranty: console is under a 1 year limited hardware warranty (90 days for controller/accessories) regardless of length of financing. (Microsoft Limited Hardware Warranty: Upgrade: Upgrade option after the equivalent of 18 payments for the next Xbox console only, coming Holiday 2020 (excludes Xbox One X, S, and S All Digital Edition). New contract, terms, and pricing apply. Requires return of console in good condition. The next Xbox console available under the upgrade option is subject to FCC rules and will comply with the appropriate FCC rules when available. See product and upgrade terms at

3 reviews for Xbox One S 1TB All-Digital Edition Console

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    I got the Xbox to supplement my Switch, but it looks like it wasn't worth it. I have had my Xbox for about a day, but I spent all my time troubleshooting. From controller connectivity to software issues, I have never had a problem with my Switch. I am really disappointed right now. Microsoft has a lot going for it, but this product is abysmal. I may just return it and get a PS4. Stay away from the All Digital edition, at least until they updated their os.

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    It’s 2019, and discs are becoming less common. Convenience is everything, so you would expect a company like Microsoft to take full advantage of this and try a little experiment with an all-digital console. Behold, the Xbox One S All Digital Edition. The abbreviation ‘SAD’ sums up this product perfectly. Rather than charging a budget price for an Xbox One S that is devoid of a 4K optical drive, Microsoft somehow found a way to justify charging 50 dollars MORE than most base Xbox One S consoles for a console that is lacking features from previous models. Sure, it comes bundled in with a couple of games, but let’s be serious here: Sea Of Thieves is awful, everyone already owns Minecraft and Forza Horizon 3 is just plain old(it’s not even the current forza horizon game). The 1tb hard drive is one of my major complaints. For the uninformed, games these days are large, some exceeding 50-60 gigs. I’d conservatively say that you can safely fit around a dozen modern Xbox One games on this console, then you’re forced to invest in an external drive. This thing should have had at least 2tb in it, but 3tb would have been ideal. Microsoft has this program where you can supposedly ‘return’ your physical discs to a Microsoft store and receive a digital code for the game. How is this good? If you have more than 10-12 games on hand(which you probably do by now), you’re basically screwed unless you decide on getting a large external drive to fit the rest, not to mention you’re losing physical games that can be traded, sold or exchanged for digital merchandise that doesn’t carry the same flexibility. The target market for the Xbox One S all digital is confusing. If Microsoft was trying to make a genuine case for a console that the average joe would want to buy, this isn’t it. If you already own an Xbox, you have no point in buying this at all, especially if you don’t feel like having discs around as a paperweight in the instance where you decide to sell a current Xbox to get this one. Going all digital isn’t always a bad idea, but this tactic by Microsoft seems to miss the mark on form factor, storage space and price. What they ‘should’ have done was market a 150-200 dollar One S in a smaller package(since its without an optical drive), sell it with 3tb and include preloaded games that are actually decent. At this point, if you already own a bunch of Xbox games and 4K blu ray discs, this new console should be an easy pass. The whole thing really IS SAD, if you ask me.

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    Xbox is a great gaming system, but this iteration is lacking. My All Digital version arrived May 7th, in less than a day I have encountered a list of software problems. First it started off with a wacky controller that would disconnect randomly. This happened several times while I was setting up the Xbox. Despite trying to troubleshoot the connectivity issue, I just resorted to plugging my controller to the Xbox directly. I wish that was my only issue, but things got worse. I had several start up issue. I followed Microsoft troubleshooting procedures (basically unplug the Xbox wait 30 second and turn it back on). Nothing was working so I had to factory reset my Xbox. After I reset my Xbox, things started working, minus the dumb controller. Unfortunately, then I couldn't download the games I wanted, especially Apex. The installation would pause every 10 minutes. Finally, Apex finished downloading, but it wouldn't start up. I restarted my Xbox, I got an error screen on start up.

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