Rumor: Microsoft is working on dongle to stream games from Xbox One




Microsoft wants to E3 game exhibition two streaming devices announce, say, the one who posted the first information about the Xbox Elite controller. One would be a dongle as the Chromecast, the second would be more like a media player.

The dongle would have approximately the size of a Chromecast and it can stream games to eg another TV in the house, said podcaster and Microsoft insider Brad Sams in his latest installment. The dongle would connect to an Xbox One controller to control. According to Sam, the price is “around a hundred dollars or less.

The second device would be a media player, similar to Apple TV. This device would have its own hardware and have access to apps and games from the Windows Store. This allows users without casual games console, install and play on the device.

Microsoft would like to announce two devices at E3 game exhibition next month in the US city of Los Angeles. Possibly unfolds it there are plans for a compact Xbox One. Furthermore, Microsoft Xbox interface to want to bring PCs as a sort of replacement for the old Media Centre, Sam claims.

If the ‘Xbox TV’ really is, it would not be Microsoft’s first dongle. The company already has a Miracast dongle on the market, allowing users images, for example, laptops can send it to a TV.


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