Microsoft unveils full Xbox Series X specs with 1TB expansion cards.
So in short they’ve addressed my two real wishes on the hardware front, and jacked up the horse power for tomorrow’s video games.
One of the things I dislike about the original Xbox Ome controller is that it uses MicroUSB, and I’ve largely migrated to USB-C over a slow process of attrition. My controller is one of the few things I still use that calls for a Micro-B connection.
Something I’ve coped with is the storage situation. 500 GB of doesn’t totally suck 2.5” SATA drive is able to deliver load times that aren’t overly comical, but is quite a bit too small when major games are often 30~60 GB each. A decent 1 TB drive on the USB-A ports has made a world of difference.
Beyond that I’ve been pretty happy with how the original hardware platform worked out.