Xbox TV will compete with the Apple TV with an affordable streaming device from Microsoft


Microsoft’s gaming division is using “low-cost hardware” to make the Xbox experience more accessible, according to a company spokeswoman.

The spokesperson explained that Keystone may be linked to a TV or monitor, allowing customers to play games via streaming without the need for a console.

According to Windows Central, the debut date of the streaming console and information regarding its availability on the market have not yet been disclosed.

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Xbox Cloud Gaming already allows gamers to play any game on any device with a good internet connection. Because the games are hosted on servers and streamed online, you don’t need a lot of fancy equipment to play them. Gaming consoles like Battlefield and The Sims can be found on the cloud gaming platform.

A price of $199 or less puts it in direct rivalry with Apple TV, according to 9to5Mac. Apple’s set-top box costs a lot for a streaming device and doesn’t have enough games to take the place of a console like the Xbox or PS.

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