Microsoft quickly announced their new Xbox One S on stage at E3, most likley because it had already leaked completely before the event. None the less, the new Xbox One S is now official.
The new console is 40-percent smaller than the previous Xbox One and will launch with up to 2TB hard drive capacity, and the power brick is now internal. The design is now primarily white with a subtle grey over-tone.
The main additions beyond the physical and capacity are the support for 4K video content and HDR support. The console will also launch with 4K Blu Ray support built in.
The new console launches this August for $299 for the 500GB, $349 for the 1TB version, and finally $399 for the 2TB version. Only the 2TB will be avaialble from August with the 500GB/1TB arriving later in the year.