Xbox Series X Is Coming Back in Stock on Amazon India on March 19 and You Can Pre-Order One Now

Amazon India will restock Microsoft’s flagship Xbox Series X gaming console on March 19, though customers can purchase it now for Rs 49,990. The e-commerce platform notes that customers will start receiving the Series X console by March 22. Amazon India is also offering an EMI payment option with several domestic and international banks at starting Rs 2,353 per month. American Express credit card and Yes Bank credit card users will receive 5 percent and 7.5 percent off, respectively, during the EMI transaction. The flagship Xbox Series X console comes in a black colour option and the packaging includes a single controller, HDMI cable, and power cable.

Both Xbox Series X and toned-down Series S consoles have been scarcely available around the world since launching in November 2020. Recently, both Flipkart and Amazon had restocked the Xbox Series S console few weeks ago, but it was sold out within days. The company had previously said that the shortage in supplies would last till at least June this year. The production has taken a serious hit due to the unavailability of semiconductors. Similarly, Microsoft Xbox’ biggest competitor PlayStation 5 by Sony is also unavailable around the world due to a shortage in parts.

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The Microsoft Xbox Series X supports 120fps gameplay in 4K (Ultra-HD) resolution. Further, the Microsoft console supports up to 8K HDR resolution and comes with other video features like Auto Low Latency Mode, HDMI Variable Refresh Rate, and AMD FreeSync. In terms of specifications, the console is powered by the Zen 2-based octa-core CPU clocked at a maximum of 3.8GHz and is paired with 16GB of GRRD6 RAM. The Zen 2-based CPU on the Xbox Series X is supported by a custom RDNA 2.0 GPU that is capable of 12 teraFLOPS of performance and is clocked at 1.8GHz. Xbox Series X offers 1TB of total NVMe SSD storage, which is expandable via a Seagate Expansion card or a USB 3.1 external HDD.


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