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Get an Xbox One S and 55-Inch 4K TV for $800 Right Now

News Bot Sep 4, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    If you're in the market for a new Xbox One S and want a 4K TV to go with it, retailer Best Buy is currently holding a deal you may want to consider.
    Starting today, the store is offering a bundle that includes the 500 GB Xbox One S Halo system with a 55-inch LG 4K TV for $800. According to Best Buy, this comes out to $300 in savings.
    [​IMG]The Xbox One S comes with the system, its Bluetooth-enabled controller, and copies of Halo 5: Guardians (disc) and Halo: The Master Chief Collection (digital).
    Go to Best Buy's product page here to learn more and to place an order. This deal started today, September 4, and runs through Saturday, September 10.
    The Xbox One S features HDR support for some games, including Gears of War 4, which comes out in October. HDR stands for high dynamic range, and televisions that feature it have an expanded color and contrast range. It makes everything brighter and more vibrant. Other games that support the technology include Forza Horizon 3, Scalebound, and NBA 2K17.
    Looking further out, Microsoft has said you will need a 4K TV to make the most of the Xbox Scorpio console, which comes out in 2017.


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