Get a true 4K HDR gaming experience with the Microsoft Xbox Series X Gaming Console. 12 teraflops of processing power is housed in the system on a chip (SOC), which works with AMD's Zen 2 and RDNA architectures. With hardware-accelerated DirectX raytracing, you'll experience realistic lighting, shadows, and reflections in dynamic, living worlds. Games built with the Xbox Series X|S development kit will have significantly reduced load times and stunning visuals at up to 120 fps. Speaking of reduced load times, the Xbox Series X features a custom NVMe SSD and Xbox Velocity Architecture. These two features allow for Quick Resume, which allows you to seamlessly switch between multiple titles and resume instantly from where you left off. You no longer have to completely close a game to open a new one. If you need additional storage, you can purchase the 1TB Seagate Storage Expansion Card for Xbox Series X|S (sold separately). Just plug it into the dedicated slot on the back of the system and it'll replicate the console's custom SSD experience, providing additional storage at the same performance.