Xbox One S
Xbox One S Power Supply
Replace a malfunctioning or burned out power supply module for an Xbox One S video game console.
Xbox One S HDD
Replace a corrupted or damaged hard drive in an Xbox One S video game console.
Xbox One S Wi-Fi Board
Replace a damaged or missing Wi-Fi board in an Xbox One S video game console and fix problems with wireless connections. The 802.11n Wi-Fi board is compatible with a/b/g/...
Xbox One S RF Board and IR Blaster
Replace a damaged or malfunctioning daughter board containing the RF chip, power switch, eject switch, and infrared source and sensors in an Xbox One S video Game Console...
Xbox One S Bottom Case Panel
Replace a scratched or cracked lower panel on an Xbox One S video game console.
Xbox One S Hard Drive SATA Cable
Replace a damaged SATA cable that connects the hard drive to the motherboard in an Xbox One S video game console.
Xbox One S Top Case
Replace a scratched or cracked top case panel on an Xbox One S video game console.
Xbox One S Chassis and Rear Panel
Replace a scratched or cracked rear panel or a bent interior metal chassis for an Xbox One S video game console.
Xbox One S Motherboard and Paired Optical Drive
Replace a damaged motherboard or a malfunctioning optical drive for an Xbox One S video game console. The motherboard is paired with the optical drive and they must be re...
Xbox One S Fan
Replace a noisy or malfunctioning fan in an Xbox One S video game console and fix problems with overheating.
Released in August 2016, the Xbox One S is a revision to the Original Xbox One. The Xbox One S is identified by the name Xbox One S on the top right hand corner on the backside of the device.
Notable upgrades include a 40% size reduction, an integrated power supply, and native 4K video output for Blu-Ray playback and online video streaming.
The standard Xbox One S ships in white alongside a redesigned Xbox wireless controller. It features a frontside USB 3.0 port, IR blaster, and controller sync button. Connectivity options are similar to the previous model, however the Kinect port has been replaced by a standard USB 3.0 port.