Image result for playstation logoAs you all know the Xbox One S has recently came out and not to long from now the Playstation 4 Pro will be coming out and man will this be a battle between the two great consoles again.Well to get people thinking about which  console they are going to buy this time here I present some facts about both consoles.The PS4 Pro, meanwhile, has had some significant performance boosts and what looks like entirely new hardware – it’s twice as powerful as the PS4 at certain tasks. There’s better processing performance and what sounds like an entirely new graphics chip from AMD, using the firm’s Polaris architecture that made the Radeon RX 480 PC graphics card such an amazing piece of kit as said by Michael Passingham on Xbox One S, as previously discussed, is essentially the same machine as the Xbox One in terms of internal specifications. There are very minor performance differences in very specific circumstances, but for all intents and purposes it’s the same machine. This makes life easier for developers as also explained by Michael Passingham.Features-wise, the two are very similar, but there’s one key differentiator that gives the Xbox One S a massive boost, and that’s its Ultra HD Blu-ray player. Incredibly, despite owning the UHD Blu-ray standard, Sony has chosen not to include the technology in its new flagship console.This is quite a stunning omission and points towards two things: a future console that actually includes a 4K Blu-ray player, and the fact that Sony is desperate to undercut Microsoft’s competitively priced Xbox One S.(Passingham, how about that christmas is also right around the corner so start thinking about what santa is going to bring you this year.Image result for xbox logo