All Xbox Consoles in Order [All Xbox Models List 2022]

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Xbox has come a long way ever since it was launched, let’s take a look at All Xbox Consoles in Order that took our gaming experience to a whole new level. These days, gaming consoles have been the lifeline (metaphorically speaking) of the majority of gamers around the globe. They are loved so much by gamers that most gamers have gaming consoles from either one company or the other. 

All Xbox Consoles in Order [Full List 2022]: All Xbox Models
All Xbox Consoles in Order [Full List 2022]: All Xbox Models
Today, we are going to talk about the Xbox gaming consoles that have been developed and owned by Microsoft for the last two decades. If you are a huge fan of the Xbox gaming console, then you have come to the right place as we have got you covered with all the Xbox gaming console’s information from its release back in 2001 to the latest gaming console released in 2020.

Xbox Gaming Consoles List

All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox (2001)
Xbox 360 (2005)
Xbox 360 S (2010)
Xbox 360 E (2013)
Xbox One (2013)
Xbox One S (2016)
Xbox One X (2017)
The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S (2020)
All Xbox Gaming Console in Order
All Xbox Gaming Console in Order

All Xbox Consoles in Order [Complete List]

To date, there have been 8 Xbox gaming console releases by Microsoft. Here, we will be talking about All Xbox Consoles in Order that have been released to date according to their release date. We will moreover cover the improvements that have been introduced in each generation of the Xbox gaming console

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Xbox (2001)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The first Xbox came into existence in 2001 and had various release dates across the globe. The Xbox got released in a color combination of Black-and-green with Flextronics as its manufacturer. 

The CPU of this Xbox consisted of Custom Coppermine-based Intel Pentium III – 733 MHz, and the GPU used was NVIDIA NV2A – 233 MHz which was GeForce 3-based. This Xbox had 64 MB DDR SDRAM 200MHz as its memory and can have an 8 or 10 GB Hard Disk Drive formatted to 8GB. It used to have CD or DVD as its mode of media with S-Video or SCART (RGB) as its media output. 

The network that this Xbox used was 100Mbit Ethernet and can easily provide an audio output using the 5.1 Surround Sound and Stereo. The maximum number of controllers that can be used with this was 4, and the code name of this Xbox was DirectX Box. 

Xbox (2001): All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox (2001): All Xbox Consoles in Order

Xbox 360 (2005)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The Xbox 360 was introduced to gamers across the globe in 2005 and was the second generation of gaming consoles. The Xbox got released in a color combination of Matte White for Pro and Arcade and Matte Black for Elite, with various major companies like Flextronics, Wistron, Celestica, and Foxconn as its manufacturers. 

The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 3.2 GHz IBM PowerPC tri-core, and the GPU used was 500 MHz ATI/AMD Xenos. This Xbox has 512 MB GDDR3 RAM as its memory and can have 20GB, 60GB, 120GB, or 250GB of detachable Hard Disk Drive. It used to have CD, DVD, Digital, and HD-DVD as its mode of media with VGA and HDMI 1.2a after August 2007 as its media output. 

The network that this Xbox used was 2.4GB Wireless, 100Mbit Ethernet, and can easily provide an audio output using the Stereo and Dolby Digital 5.1. The maximum number of controllers that can be used with this was 4, and the code name of this Xbox was Xenon.

Xbox 360 (2005): All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox 360 (2005): All Xbox Consoles in Order

Xbox 360 S (2010)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The Xbox 360 S, which was released back in 2010, is a slimmed version of the original Xbox 360 that was released prior to it in 2005. The exact release date of this gaming console was June 14, 2010, and it was backward compatible with some of the games. The Xbox 360 S came under the second generation of Xbox gaming consoles. 

The launch price of this gaming console when it was released for gamers was $299 (US), €249.99 (EU), and £199.99 (UK) for the 250GB variant and $199 (US), €149.99 (EU) for the 4 GB variant. 

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If we talk about the technical information of this Xbox, this Xbox got released in a color combination of Glossy White/Black and Matte Black with various major companies like Flextronics, Wistron, Celestica, and Foxconn as its manufacturers. 

The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 3.2 GHz PowerPC Tri-Core Xenon and the GPU used was Xenos Vejles Crayola 6. This Xbox has 512 MB GDDR3 RAM as its memory and can have 4GB onboard with 250GB or 320GB as a detachable Hard Disk Drive space.

It used to have CD, DVD, Digital, and HD-DVD as its mode of media with VGA and HDMI 1.2a as its media output. The network that this Xbox used was 2.4GB Wireless, 100Mbit Ethernet, and can easily provide an audio output using the Stereo and Dolby Digital 5.1. The maximum number of controllers that can be used with this was 4, and the code name of this Xbox was Xenon.

Xbox 360 S (2010): All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox 360 S (2010): All Xbox Consoles in Order

Xbox 360 E (2013)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The Xbox 360 E, which was released back in 2013, featured a similar design to the newer generation Xbox One that we are habitual of seeing. The exact release date of this gaming console was June 10, 2013, and it was backward compatible with some selected games. 

The Xbox 360 E came under the second generation of Xbox gaming consoles. The launch price of this gaming console when it was released for gamers was $299 (US), €249.99 (EU), and £199.99 (UK); however, after a few years of successful running, the gaming console was discontinued from April 20, 2016. 

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If we talk about the technical information of this Xbox, this Xbox got released in a color combination of two-tone Black with various major companies like Flextronics, Wistron, Celestica, and Foxconn as its manufacturers. The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 3-Core PowerPC Tri-Core Xenon, and the GPU used was Xenos Corona Crayola 6. 

This Xbox has 512 MB GDDR3 RAM as its memory and can have 4GB onboard with 250GB as a detachable Hard Disk Drive space. It used to have CD, DVD, Digital, and HD-DVD as its mode of media with HDMI as its media output.

The network that this Xbox used was 2.4GB Wireless, 100Mbit Ethernet, and can easily provide an audio output using the Stereo and Dolby Digital 5.1. The maximum number of controllers that can be used with this was 4, and the code name of this Xbox was Xenon.

Xbox 360 E (2013): All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox 360 E (2013): All Xbox Consoles in Order

Xbox One (2013)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The Xbox One was released back in 2013 and featured a very different design compared to the conventional Xbox that we usually saw. The exact release date of this gaming console was November 22, 2013, and it was backward compatible with some selected games, with Grand Theft Auto V as its best-selling gaming. 

The Xbox One came under the third generation of Xbox gaming consoles. The launch price of this gaming console when it was released for gamers was $499 (US), €499 (EU), and £429 (UK); however, after a few years of successful fame in the gaming industry, this gaming console was discontinued in 2016.

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If we talk about the technical information of this Xbox, this Xbox One got released in a color combination of Glossy Black with various major companies like Flextronics and Foxconn as its manufacturers. The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 1.75 GHz AMD 8-core APU and the GPU used was AMD Radeon 853 MHz. 

This Xbox has 8GB DDR3 as its memory and can have 500GB or 1TB HDD in it as its storage space. It used to have CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray as its mode of media with HDMI and 720p + 1080p as its media output.

The network that this Xbox used was Gigabit Ethernet & Wifi and can easily provide an audio output using the 7.1 Surround Sound. The maximum number of controllers that can be used with this was 8, and the code name of this Xbox was Durango.

Xbox One (2013): All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox One (2013): All Xbox Consoles in Order

Xbox One S (2016)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The Xbox One S was released back in 2016 and featured a new design compared to the previous Xbox that we usually saw in the market. The exact release date of this gaming console was August 2, 2016, and it was backward compatible with a few games. The Xbox One came under the third generation of Xbox gaming consoles.

The launch price of this gaming console when it was released for gamers was $299 (US), €299 (EU), and £249 (UK); however, after a few years of a successful run in the gaming industry, this gaming console wasn’t discontinued like the previous gaming consoles and is still used by a lot of gamers. 

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If we talk about the technical information of this Xbox, this Xbox One got released in a color combination of Robot White and Deep Blue with various major companies like Flextronics and Foxconn as its manufacturers. The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 1.75 GHz AMD 8-core APU and the GPU used was AMD Radeon 914 MHz. 

This Xbox has 8GB DDR3 as its memory and can have 500GB or 1TB HDD in it as its storage space. It used to have CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, and UHD as its mode of media with HDMI and 720p + 1080p as its media output.

The network that this Xbox used was Gigabit Ethernet & Wifi and can easily provide an audio output using the 7.1 Surround Sound. The maximum number of controllers that can be used with this was 8, and the code name of this Xbox was Edmonton.

Xbox One S (2016): All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox One S (2016): All Xbox Consoles in Order

Xbox One X (2017)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The Xbox One X was released back in 2017 and featured an innovative design with well finishing compared to the previous Xbox that we usually saw in the market. The exact release date of this gaming console was November 7, 2017, and it was backward compatible with a few games. The Xbox One came under the third generation of Xbox gaming consoles

The launch price of this gaming console when it was released for gamers was $499 (US), €499 (EU), and £449 (UK); however, after a few years of a successful run in the gaming industry, this gaming console was discontinued in July of 2020. 

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If we talk about the technical information of this Xbox, this Xbox One got released in a color combination of Black and White with various major companies like Flextronics and Foxconn as its manufacturers. The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 2.3 GHz AMD 8-core Jaguar Enhanced, and the GPU used was AMD GCN 1172 MHz. 

This Xbox had 12GB DDR5 as its memory and can have 1TB SSHD in it as its storage space. It used to have CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, and UHD as its mode of media with HDMI and 720p + 1080p as its media output.

The network that this Xbox used was Gigabit Ethernet & Wifi and can easily provide an audio output using the 7.1 Surround Sound and Dolby Atmos. The maximum number of controllers that can be used with this was 8, and the code name of this Xbox was Scorpio.

Xbox One X (2017): All Xbox Consoles in Order
Xbox One X (2017): All Xbox Consoles in Order

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S (2020)

All Xbox Consoles in Order: The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S were both released in 2020 and come under the fourth generation of Xbox gaming consoles. The Xbox Series X can be bought at $499 (US), €499 (EU), and £449 (UK), while the Xbox Series S costs $299 (US), €299 (EU), £249 (UK). 

If we talk about the technical specification of the Xbox Series X, this Xbox got released in Matte Black color with various major companies like Flextronics and Foxconn as its manufacturers. The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 3.8 GHz custom AMD Zen 2 (8 core), and the GPU used was 1825 MHz AMD Custom RDNA 2.

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This Xbox had 16 GB GDDR6 as its memory and can have 1TB in it as its storage space. It has CD, DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K UHD as its mode of media with HDMI (up to 8K support) as its media output. The network that this Xbox used is Gigabit Ethernet & Wifi and can easily provide an audio output using the 7.1 Surround Sound. The code name of this Xbox is Anaconda. 

While on the other hand, if we talk about the technical specification of the Xbox Series S, this Xbox got released in Robot White color with various major companies like Flextronics and Foxconn as its manufacturers. The CPU of this Xbox consisted of a 3.6 GHz custom AMD Zen 2 (8 core), and the GPU used was 1550 MHz AMD Custom RDNA 2. 

This Xbox had 10 GB GDDR6 as its memory and can have 500 GB in it as its storage space. It has digital media as its mode of media with HDMI (up to 1440p support) as its media output. The network that this Xbox used is Gigabit Ethernet & Wifi and can easily provide an audio output using the 7.1 Surround Sound. The code name of this Xbox is Lockhart.

The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S (2020): All Xbox Consoles in Order
The Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S (2020): All Xbox Consoles in Order

These were All Xbox Consoles in Order that was released so far. For more such information you can visit our site omggamer.com where we upload news and the latest information on gaming. 

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