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Leaked Xbox One S image shows a 40 percent smaller console with 2TB hard drive

The first pictures of Xbox One's new, slimmer model appear to have leaked ahead of Microsoft's E3 press conference tomorrow: it's a whole lot less Xbox One, at least in the sense of volume. According to a picture shared on NeoGAF, which appears to be a promotional image from Microsoft, the Xbox One S is 40 percent smaller than the current model.

The Xbox One S in the images are mostly white with black accents, including an interesting dotted grid effect on the right half on the console. According to the text, the smaller Xbox One also comes with a 2TB hard drive (current models max out at a non-replaceable 1TB), 4K Ultra HD video, support for High Dynamic Range, a vertical stand, and a "streamlined controller". I'm not sure what all makes the controller streamlined, but we'll likely find out soon.

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