There are a lot of Consoles out on the market with the Xbox One X, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and others. But two of the biggest and the latest out are the Xbox One X and the Ps4 Pro. There are also a lot of anticipated games arriving next year, but a system is what runs them all. It all starts with a good system.

Both the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X are powerful, but it can be tricky to pick which one to buy unless you are a dedicated fan of either Xbox or PlayStation. Each has its similarities and highlight the future of gaming with precision.

Each console has its ups and downs, but there is a console that has an advantage over the other. Here is some information on both systems and which you should buy, if you have a 4K TV.


The statistics stated in this article have been taken from an article via, created by Jimmy Thang, in which he ranks each system in various categories.

The Xbox One X wins higher performance overall. The article lists how the Xbox One X has "2.3GHz 8-core AMD custom CPU, while the Pro only has 2.1GHz 8-core custom CPU." Additionally, the GPU of the Xbox One X has "6 teraflops of performance, while the Pro has 4.2 teraflops of performance." Xbox also has more RAM.

Both have the same storage, although the Xbox One X has more capabilities with 4K.

It's clear to see that the Xbox One beats the PS4 in this category.


Both have similar black color finish, but the Xbox One X is smaller than the Pro. However, the Xbox is heavier than the PS4 Pro. Despite this, it does have better performance.

This one is pretty even, but the Xbox One X gets the slight nudge because of its smaller size and better design.


For this category, the PS4 Pro holds a clear advantage with its many different exclusives, while Xbox does not have many. But it is noted that a dedicated Xbox fan could throw it to the side regardless and not mind. But the truth is that the PS4 has better games and more of a variety.

Some noted exclusives for the PlayStation include, "God of War," "Uncharted," "Ratchet and Clank," "Jak and Daxter," and "Crash Bandicoot." Xbox has "Gears of War," "Halo," and "Forza Motorsport." We will have to see whether Microsoft can catch up to PlayStation.


Both of the interfaces look different, so this category can also be a draw. As stated before, a dedicated fan of Xbox or PS4 will take their system over the other. Both of the systems have their own strengths and weaknesses.


The PS4 Pro beats the Xbox One X for this category because it comes with a headset, while the Xbox One X does not. The controller for the PS4 is rechargeable and does not require batteries. For VR, the PS4 wins too, because it has more options and games. PlayStation has made huge advancements in the virtual reality department, while Xbox has not invested in it. VR could be the future.

The winner

What it really comes down to is that the Xbox One X is a superior console.

Consumers have to remember that they are going to pay more money for the Xbox. The Xbox One X is $100 more than the PS4 Pro. The PS4 has better games, but the Xbox One X has a 4K Blu-Ray Player and better overall performance. If you want a better functioning console with better graphics, but have the money, then the Xbox One X is for you.

One of the issues is that new consoles will be on the way. E3 is coming up soon and there will be some big announcements made for both companies. The PS5 could even be announced. But between the Xbox One X and the PS4 Pro, the Xbox One X is king.

Winner: The Xbox One X