There’s no doubt about it: When it comes to the most capable system on the market, the Xbox One X reigns supreme. Despite higher adoption of the PS4 worldwide, the Xbox One’s more powerful machine is your best bet if you’re looking for the latest and greatest in 4K graphics and performance. Yet there’s one key area that makes the PS4 Pro better than the Xbox One X: Remote Play.
One way in which Sony has managed to make their console stand out from the crowd is the capability to stream games from the system to almost anywhere you’re located. Whether you’re simply on your PC upstairs or using your Vita on hotel WiFi, you can access the latest generation of games on the go.
We would be remiss if we didn’t mention that the Xbox One X also has this capability, albeit in a more limited capacity. You can stream Xbox games to your Windows PC as long as you’re on the same WiFi network. But say you want to stream the game to a different TV — you’ll have to link the TV to your PC (provided your PC is even close enough for this to work), which is a much more convoluted process than simply firing up the system and starting to play. The easier setup really makes the PS4 Pro better than the Xbox One X when it comes to streaming functionality.
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