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The Best Gaming Consoles You Can Get In 2020

Gaming consoles
Gaming consoles have been around for more than 3 decades by now.  It also became a staple of consumer technology since some popular models like the Atari 2600, The Matel Intellivision, the ColecoVision, and the Nintendo Entertainment System. Those are the gaming consoles who blazed a trail back in the late '70s and early '80s, but these devices have come a long way from the old 8-bit era, and 2D graphics. For those who may not know, video game consoles such as the Sony PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X are about to enter a whole new era in this year 2020. Now, every major gaming console has something different to bring. So what is the best gaming console in 2020? Well, il depends on what you need, and how you like to play your favorite video games.

Sony PS4 Pro
For example,  the PlayStation 4 Pro as a great game library, plus it has 4K Ultra HD output, compatibility with popular streaming services, VR capability, and an excellent gamepad that make this console one of the best plug-and-play systems out there for gamers. Also, its re-designed DualShock 4 controller is a much-needed upgrade over previous versions of Sony's gamepad. So with more HD power, you can turn on the Boost Mode to give PS4 games access to the increased power of PS4 Pro and also the HDR Technology with an HDR TV, PS4 games compatibles for other display with an unbelievably vibrant and lifelike range of colors.

Microsoft Xbox One S
Another great console is the Xbox One S, which also offers some great capabilities. The Xbox One S,  allow you to run the latest triple-A games and YES it gives you the ability to play them in 4K Ultra HD Blu-Rays as well.  The Xbox One S is also available at a price that should make other console makers blush. Plus, Did you know you could even add voice control by combining an Alexa device? It is also one of the greatest consoles when it comes to  4K entertainment. Not only you will be able to play some 4K video games, but you will be able to watch 4K Blu-ray movies and stream 4K video on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more and experience richer, more luminous colors in games and video with High Dynamic Range technology (HDR).

Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch is a well-designed and versatile console that can be played on the go or plugged into a TV at home. There's also a significant number of truly great games that are compatible with the console. This is the kind of video game console for families, friends and whatever kind of people who are interested in multiplayer titles, and casual gamers, and its unique design lets you play at home on a TV or take it on the go. Also with the Nintendo Switch, you can access to 3 different Play Styles witch are TV Mode, Tabletop Mode, or Handheld Mode. With its own 6.2-inch, multi-touch capacitive touch screen and its 4.5-9+ hours of battery life, that console promise to keep you busy. The Nintendo Switch also connects over Wi-Fi for multiplayer gaming with up to 8 consoles simultaneously.

Microsoft Xbox One X
The next gaming console is the Microsoft Xbox One X witch can be also considered to be powerful enough to play games in 4K instead of HD with standard 1080P. If you have a 4K TV and want the absolute best experience, the Xbox One X is the way to go. If you are a hardcore gaming enthusiast, this is the console you will need. Many choose to build gaming PCs, and while this is a great option, it's also expensive (although cost-efficient), time-consuming, and can be a hassle for the uninitiated. The Xbox One X is ideal for those who are interested in very high-quality games. Even many gamers choose to build gaming PCs, and while this is a great option, it's also expensive, time-consuming, and can be a hassle for the uninitiated. It's a good system for those who wish to enjoy the benefits of great hardware with the plug-and-play convenience of a console.

So which one of these consoles do you like? Please leave your comment below. Until next time I wish you a great and wonderful day.

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