@DG how so? Most likely it will be superseded by the next Xbox so unless MS are going to allow some sort of upgrade path (not likely) or make the X the base for next gen (possible given the idea of a "family" of devices) getting an X to future proof does not seem like a good idea.
@IkariX By not seeing a difference I meant I see it at first, like when we went from SD to HD, but you get used to it insanely quickly and after that it just becomes standard. Honestly higher resolutions are just a marketing gimmick right now
My OG Xbox died about a year and a half ago and I still have quite a few Xbox One games that I haven't played and a decent amount of 360 games I want to play again. And there are a few new releases I'd like to play as well. Really sucks without an Xbox. As with you not seeing the different between a standard Xbox or Xbox One X. Are you perhaps one of those guys who can't see the difference between DVD and Blu-Ray?
@IkariX do you have an OG one or the S? Honestly besides faster load times I do not see the difference even on my 4K TV. I only got it because I had vouchers and UCount points, the former close to expiry, that I needed to spend. If you have an OG Xbox I'd go with the S instead of the X