Microsoft will reportedly introduce new Xbox streaming devices next month


Microsoft is expected to announce some exciting new updates for Xbox at E3 next month. Now, according to a new report from the Sams Report, Microsoft is working on two new Xbox devices which the company will show off at E3 in June.

The first device, which will be a Chromecast-like device will reportedly allow users to stream online content which will cost around $100. The device will come with basic streaming features, and it may also allow users to stream Xbox One games which will be fairly interesting. The second device, which could be the Xbox TV will allow users to play basic games and view content from the Windows Store. The device will be reportedly priced somewhere around $150-$175.

In addition to this, Microsoft may also announce an upgrade for the Xbox One which will bring 4K support — only for videos. Lastly, the report claims that Microsoft is working on making Xbox more of a platform — the company is reportedly working on bringing the Xbox interface to the PC with Windows 10. This could essentially be a good replacement for Windows Media Centre. the report claims. While it isn’t yet known when this will get announced, it is possible that this could be coming with Redstone 2 which is expected to arrive next year.

We will be covering E3 next month, so stay tuned for more news on the Xbox next month. Until then, tell us what you think of the upcoming Xbox devices in the comment section below.

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