This week during the gaming conference E3, Microsoft announced the most powerful gaming console ever made. It's called the Xbox One X, and it's smaller, heavier, liquid cooled and more powerful than any other console on the market. It also comes with a 4K Blu-ray player with HDR support built-in. Scott says that the HDR capability of the player is really more important than the resolution simply because most people won't really see the difference unless they have a screen that's 70" or larger. But HDR is really noticeable, even on sets under that size. High dynamic range can go up to 10,000 nits, even though no TV can do it. HDR TVs can reach 1,000 nits though, and Scott says that's a nice match. By contrast, OLEDs, can only get to 700 nits.