Microsoft has announced a new Xbox device that it says will deliver the company’s most powerful console yet.
The new device, the Xbox One X, will come in two versions: a 32GB version with a 1TB hard drive and a 64GB version that will offer a 1 terabyte hard drive for $1,200.
Microsoft has also confirmed that a second model of the Xbox X will be available later this year for $399.
The Xbox One Z will also come in a 32- or 64-GB version for $499.
Both the 32GB and 64GB models of the new Xbox are powered by the latest Intel-based chips.
Microsoft claims the new consoles will also feature up to 4K HDR, the company says, and offer better CPU performance, “up to 10x faster RAM and twice the GPU performance of previous Xbox consoles.”
Microsoft also announced that the Xbox Z will be priced at $399, the same price as the Xbox S. The 32GB model will also be priced lower than the Xbox 360, which is priced at just $399 (though its 4K resolution has yet to be released).
The Xbox Z also will include a Kinect sensor, which Microsoft says will allow the device to “act as a digital assistant, enabling you to interact with your games more naturally and interactively.”
Microsoft has also added support for Dolby Vision and the Dolby Atmos audio system, and it has added a third Xbox gamepad to the Xbox line.
Both Xbox One and Xbox Z devices will be launched in the coming weeks, Microsoft says.
Microsoft also announced the new hardware will be coming to the PlayStation 4 Pro this fall.