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Whether you’re looking for systems, keyboards, gadgets, or the newest titles, JB is where you can get Xbox. With the new Xbox lineup, Apple has once again outdone itself, and JB is delighted to offer you everything at competitive pricing. Also, don’t overlook the popular JB-only packages. From the original Xbox to the most recent and newest Xbox generator and variants, which were released in 2022, all Xbox system versions and designs have ever been published in chronological order. Learn everything there is to know about every Xbox device and iteration that has ever launched, from 2001 to 2022. You may find the fundamental information about the Xbox, including big releases, global launch costs, the Xbox version to which the photographs belong, and console iteration, below the images. Additionally, you can see which Xbox game has bought the most copies and how many gaming machines have been sold overall. You can find the specifications for each Xbox at the bottom. The most frequently asked issues about Xbox and its history are answered on a Faq page at the bottom of the page, which you can access by scrolling all the way down.

First generation: Xbox (2001 – 2009)

Xbox (2001)

  • Xbox Release Date: November 15, 2001 (US), February 22, 2002 (JP), March 14, 2002 (EU, AU)
  • Status: Discontinued (2006 (JP), 2007 (EU), 2009 (NA))
  • Home Console Generation: Sixth Generation (1998 – 2013)
  • Xbox Generation: First Generation
  • Launch Price: $299 (US), £299 (GB), €399.99 (EU)
  • Units Sold: 24+ million (Worldwide)
  • Best-selling game: Halo 2

The very first Xbox was initially introduced in the States on November 15, 2001, but it had a variety of upcoming releases. The first Xbox was launched on 22, 2002, in Japan, and on March 14, 2002, in Australia and Europe. The Kyocera Xbox, Sony Xbox 2, and Super Mario Gc were among other penultimate systems with which the Xbox was in direct competition. Unfortunately, Sony’s PlayStation 2, which sold more than 155 million units over its lifespan, considerably outsold the first-generation Xbox, which only managed to sell about 100 million systems. Additionally, the Game console is still the most popular console globally. Despite selling almost 22 million units, Nintendo’s Gc failed of the Xbox in terms of pc sales. Regrettably, Sega’s Playstation only delivered about 9.1 million video game consoles, placing it last in revenue.


Original Xbox Technical Specifications:

  • Colors: Black-and-green
  • Manufacturer: Flextronics
  • CPU: Custom Coppermine-based Intel Pentium III – 733 MHz
  • GPU: NVIDIA NV2A – 233 MHz (GeForce 3-based)
  • Memory: 64 MB DDR SDRAM 200MHz
  • Hard Drive: 8 or 10 GB HDD formatted to 8GB
  • Media: DVD, CD, Digital
  • Video Output: S-Video, SCART (RGB)
  • Network: 100Mbit Ethernet
  • Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound, Stereo
  • Controllers: 4 Maximum
  • Code Name: DirectX Box

Technical information for the first Xbox:

  • Colors: Black-and-green
  • Manufacturer: Flextronics
  • CPU: Custom Coppermine-based Intel Pentium III – 733 MHz
  • GPU: NVIDIA NV2A – 233 MHz (GeForce 3-based)
  • Memory: 64 MB DDR SDRAM 200MHz
  • Hard Drive: 8 or 10 GB HDD formatted to 8GB
  • Colors: Black-and-green
  • Manufacturer: Flextronics
  • CPU: Custom Coppermine-based Intel Pentium III – 733 MHz
  • GPU: NVIDIA NV2A – 233 MHz (GeForce 3-based)
  • Memory: 64 MB DDR SDRAM 200MHz
  • Hard Drive: 8 or 10 GB HDD formatted to 8GB
  • Media: DVD, CD, Digital
  • Video Output: S-Video, SCART (RGB)
  • Network: 100Mbit Ethernet
  • Audio: 5.1 Surround Sound, Stereo
  • Controllers: 4 Maximum
  • Code Name: DirectX Box

Second generation: Xbox 360 (2005 – 2016)

Xbox 360 (2005)

  • Release Date: November 22, 2005 (US), December 02, 2006 (EU), December 10, 2006 (JP)
  • Launch Price Core: $299 (US), €299 (EU), £209 (UK)
  • Status: Discontinued (April 20, 2016)
  • Home Console Generation: Seventh (2005 – 2017)
  • Launch Price 20GB: $399 (US), €399 (EU), £279 (UK)
  • Units Sold: 84 million
  • Best-selling game: Kinect Adventures!
  • Backward compatibility: Yes, selected games

Announced earlier in 2005 or late in 2006, a year before the Nintendo 3, the Xbox 360 struggled to maintain up with the high desire. Throughout its lifetime, the Xbox 360 and all of its models and revisions were able to retain a customer base that was nearly equivalent to that of Sony’s Console 3. With 87.4 million sold vs 84 million for the Xbox 360, the Console barely sold nearly the latter. With 24 million copies sold, Xbox Trips! is the Xbox 360 game with the highest sales. The Xbox 360 version of Grand Theft Auto V, which sold almost 23 million albums sold, is closely behind Xbox Trips in terms of sales. The Call of Duty series dominates the third, fourth, and fifth spots, with Advanced Warfare 3 coming third, Black Ops coming in fourth, and Black Ops II coming in five on the Xbox 360.

Technical data for the initial Xbox 360:

  • Colors: Matte White (Pro, Arcade), Matte Black (Elite)
  • Manufacturer: Flextronics, Wistron, Celestica, Foxconn
  • CPU: 3.2 GHz IBM PowerPC tri-core
  • GPU: 500 MHz ATI/AMD Xenos
  • Memory: 512 MB GDDR3 RAM
  • Hard Drive: 20GB, 60GB, 120GB, or 250GB Detachable HDD
  • Media: CD, DVD, Digital, HD-DVD
  • Video Output: VGA, HDMI 1.2a (after August 2007)
  • Network: 2.4GB Wireless, 100Mbit Ethernet
  • Audio: Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1
  • Controllers: 4 Maximum
  • Code Name: Xenon

Xbox 360 S (2010)

  • Release Date: June 14, 2010
  • Launch Price (250GB): $299 (US), €249.99 (EU), £199.99 (UK)
  • Status: Discontinued (April 20, 2016)
  • Home Console Generation: Seventh (2005 – 2017)
  • Xbox Generation: Second
  • Launch Price (4GB): $199 (US), €149.99 (EU)
  • Backward compatibility: Yes, selected games

A thinned version of the regular Xbox 360 is the New Xbox S (Slim). Available in Matte Black or Glossy White/Black and boasts a fresh yet comparable style. The Xbox 360 S, which debuted in 2010 and was later discontinued, was replaced by the Microsoft One S shortly after. Additionally, a small number of titles from the Xbox 360 are interoperable, which is advantageous for Xbox 360 S buyers. The version was one of the console features that fans clamored for the most at the time since they desired to play their classic games again.

Third generation: Xbox One (2013 – 2020)

Xbox One (2013)

Third generation Xbox One (2013 – 2020)
Xbox One (2013)
Third generation Xbox One (2013 – 2020) Xbox One (2013)
  • Release Date: November 22, 2013
  • Launch Price: $499 (US), €499 (EU),£429 (UK)
  • Status: Discontinued (2016)
  • Home Console Generation: Eighth (2012 – Present)
  • Best-selling game: Grand Theft Auto V
  • Units Sold: 48.69 million
  • Backward compatibility: Yes, selected games

The lifetime of the first Xbox One was relatively brief. On November 13, 2013, the Xbox One was released, and more than 3 years later, the old Xbox was retired. This resulted with the introduction of the Xbox One S.Sales-wise, the Xbox One lagged behind Sony’s PlayStation 4 and its major rival. In total, the original Xbox One, Xbox One S, and Xbox One X sold about 48.69 million consoles, compared to the PlayStation 4, which has sold close to 115 million units.

  • Colors: Glossy Black
  • Manufacturer: Flextronics, Foxconn
  • CPU: 1.75 GHz AMD 8-core APU
  • GPU: AMD Radeon 853 MHz
  • Memory: 8GB DDR3
  • Hard Drive: 500GB, 1TB
  • Media: CD, DVD, Blu-Ray
  • Video Output: HDMI, 720p + 1080p
  • Network: Gigabit Ethernet, Wifi
  • Audio: 7.1 Surround Sound
  • Controllers: 8 Maximum
  • Code Name: Durango

Fourth generation: Xbox Series X and Series S (2020 – Present)

Xbox Series X (2020)

  • Release Date: November 10, 2020
  • Launch Price: $499 (US), €499 (EU), £449 (UK)
  • Status: Released
  • Home Console Generation: Ninth (2020 – Present)
  • Best-selling game: NA
  • Units Sold: 3.5 million (2020 estimate)
  • Backward compatibility: Yes, all Xbox One games, and select Xbox 360 and Original Xbox games

In late 2020, the 4 G Xbox Series X and Series S were both launched. When it comes to technology, the Model X resembles a preconfigured game computer and has some exceptional components for the money. But what distinguishes the X from the S is the size as well as the general appearance. The System X, the most recent Xbox system, is taller than the System S and exclusively comes in black, whereas the Series S arrives in white. A contrast between the two is shown below.

Xbox Series X Technical Specifications:

  • Colors: Matte Black
  • Manufacturer: Flextronics, Foxconn
  • CPU: 3.8 GHz custom AMD Zen 2 (8 core)
  • GPU: 1825 MHz AMD Custom RDNA 2
  • Memory: 16 GB GDDR6
  • Hard Drive: 1TB
  • Media: CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, 4K UHD
  • Video Output: HDMI (up to 8K support)
  • Network: Gigabit Ethernet, Wifi
  • Audio: 7.1 Surround Sound
  • Code Name: Anaconda

What Xbox should I purchase?
The videogame industry takes note when Xbox comes up with a new idea. The two newest expansions to your Xbox lineup are undoubtedly noteworthy, as is the case with everything Microsoft does. You can get the most recent gaming system innovation at a premium cost with the two new systems that JB is now selling. JB is where you should go to find the newest packages and offers on:

How recent is the Xbox?
One of the greatest sought-after videogame systems available is the Xbox X, which boasts a ton of capabilities. The request is quite high, which is understandable given that:

computation strength 12 gigaflops of storage for brute strength.
Durability 1TB bespoke SSD. 
improved frame rates for all games.
Response Every game comes to life with true 4K quality and Dolby Real HD with Dolby.

what is Xbox Game Pass Ultimate?
If you enjoy playing games on both the Xbox and PC, picking the Xbox Live Extreme plan is ideal. It has a number of features, including:

  • more than 100 games are available.
  • Membership in EA Play and Xbox Live Gold
  • bestselling books and recent releases
  • Consumable discounts on in-game content of up to 20%
  • using the cloud
  • Play with your buddies

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