Someone doesn't appreciate the amazing piece of hardware the Xbox series X console is or the privilege that he has been given from purchasing it.
Does that guy have any idea what kind of a Windows 10 desktop gaming PC you'd need to match this level of performance with all new parts? the fact you'd be able to play Minecraft with ray tracing on a console like this in native 4k at stable frame rates + high render distances and not be slow to load because of the massive power, memory and the SSD storage, at a price of only £450, which is not much more than the price of the RTX 2060 graphics card considering you're getting a whole gaming system not just a single part of one, would be reason enough for me to buy it, it's a great deal.
Also the guy being responded to in this video, he complains about no games on the console, seriously?
so the games on game pass or many games that are on the backward compatibility list already, is no games?
what about Halo Infinite? or the previous gens Halo Master Chief Collection? soon to be coming, along with the long list of the games represented on windowscentral, which will be in 4k, HDR and at least 60 frames per second, if the 120fps thing is misleading and is only the maximum with a dynamic resolution algorithm, but whatever, this is still impressive considering ray tracing would be done with Halo Infinite, and most people don't have true 120hz TV's, interpolated at most which is not the same thing and is a feature to artificially smooth out the motion of movies and TV content, it does nothing helpful for games, but who cares. Point is the guy being responded to is misinformed and fails to admit all this on top of the fact Xbox One will be obsolete in a few years and beyond that point many games new games will not work or be making massive sacrifices to run on the XB1 line on resolution, texture quality and most importantly the frame rate.