The best Xbox One gaming setup for online games
Xbox One S
Without an Xbox One, you obviously can't play online. So if you don't have a console yet, it's important to buy one first. Of course you also want to get the most out of your games: that's why you choose an Xbox One S. The Xbox One S is the successor to the original Xbox One and has received a considerable number of improvements. The One S is 40 percent smaller than the old Xbox One and has a built-in power supply.
With a good headset on your head, you can make online gaming even more fun. Not only do you immerse yourself in the game without being bothered by your environment, you can also easily chat with your fellow gamers via Xbox Live. What's also nice is if the headset stays comfortably on your head when you wear it for hours on end. A good headset has the following features:
- Surround sound
Chargers for controllers
Nothing is as annoying as an empty controller during a multiplayer round. That is why you always want your controllers to be charged. Fortunately, there are special chargers for your controllers.
Just as indispensable as the Xbox itself is, of course, a television to play your games on. Because the Xbox One supports HDR, you'll want the monitor or television to have that too. And preferably in 4K. And whether you play fast or somewhat slower games, a low input lag prevents lag on the screen. A good television for your Xbox One has the following features:
- Up to 20ms response time
A monitor has a lower input lag than a television. That allows you to respond to your opponents more quickly. You'll see that in your results. A good monitor for playing online games on your Xbox One has the following features:
- 24 or 27-inch screen size
- 60Hz refresh rate
- 1ms response time (super fast)