Revolutionary. That's a good word to describe the Xbox One X. "The console that made 4K gaming cheaper" is also quite accurate. For $499, you can play your favorite games at 4k and 60 fps. Better than that, it's probably going to make PC hardware a bit cheaper, as it would be quite pointless to spend twice (or more) for the same result. Which means that it's a savior for both console and PC gamers, which will probably set 4k resolution as the new standard and not 1440p as it was expected back then. The main problem, though, is that 4K televisions and monitors are still expensive, meaning that it's not that accessible yet. But that's what happens with each and every "new" technology. Within three years or so, 4K will be as normal as 1080p in 2017. Wonderful, right? "So, is that all?". I would say so. It's not like it's a new console, right? It's the good and old Xbox One on steroids, which is great. And it makes 4k cheap. Isn't that cool enough?