Alternative products to Xbox One X

Xbox One X

The world's most powerful console with 4K gaming

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Nintendo Switch

Nintendo's new console for the home and your hands 👾

Rob Bye- I build products and companies
Zelda. That is all.
Maxim Ananov- Distraction Dimmer • HazeOver.com
I'm itching to buy it and I don't even want to play Zelda. I'm struggling to hold out at least until Mario is out.
Vinh Pham- 🤤
I've always liked having a portable gaming device with me since being gifted a Gameboy when I was a kid growing up in the 90s. I love the versatility of being able to play my Switch on my tv and take it on the go when I need to.
5 Alternatives to Nintendo Switch

Atari Box

Atari's new mysterious gaming console (?)

TechRadar
The Atari name still carries a lot of cachet with video game fans, given the company's role in creating the home console market - but its last piece of new hardware, 1993's Jaguar, was a massive flop. Since then, the Atari brand has changed hands multiple times, emerged from bankruptcy, and been used to market social games and online gambling.
The Verge
Preorders for the Ataribox, the classic game company's take on a NES Classic retro console, are slated to go live this Thursday, according to a report from CNET citing an email from Atari sent out today to interested consumers.
2 Alternatives to Atari Box

Playstation 4 Pro

Playstation gaming consoles

Andrew Garden- Projects
Don't think there is the "very best", just the "most convenient" for you ;) I use Netflix via Chromecast, my Smart TV and the PS4. Really depends on the context, I'll use the Chromecast if I have my phone in hand; I'll use Netlix via Smart TV when my phone is dead; and Netflix on the PS4 if I get bored of running people over in GTA. They all run on 4K, so th… See more
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