We've had our say: now you have yours.
If you were lucky enough to have the latest gaming console delivered on time, or picked it up in-store, you've had about a week of updating, patching, playing and comparing games from the previous Xbox generation to the current liquid cooled model.
Time can be an incredible advantage. With the newer technology, the Xbox One X is quieter, a little smaller and more nicely designed than any of the PS4/Xbox offerings, although you're also paying a solid amount - $650 - for that benefit.
Mind you, it's worth pointing out that you get a box that can play some games at native 4K. I say some, because how hard each game pushes the hardware is really dependent on what they value most: some are happy to drop a few settings for maintain a flat 4K/30fps, while others drop the resolution down a tad to maintain the same frame rate with more visual effects. Each to their own, really.
Mark, myself and others have had our own to say about the performance, UI, backward compat performance and the games so far.
Xbox One X owners: what do you think? And those that were sitting on the fence, how are you feeling a week from the launch?