Attentive to what we might see in the coming weeks at E3. Today they have come to light the first data which could present Microsoft in its conference Xbox June 13, where they seem to know two new devices streaming, an Xbox “slim” and even a new Xbox stronger One 2017 preparing the ground for a competition to Sony and its alleged PlayStation Neo 4.5.
Will it finally know the rumored Xbox TV? Besides it will be interesting to know the strategy of two renewals for Xbox One, so this would be a kind of “middle generation”, which will have to analyze the reaction of the owners of the current console. We know the details that have emerged from these devices.
Xbox TV, two devices streaming games
First we have to Brad Sams, executive editor Petri, who today for a special podcast has confirmed that Microsoft is preparing the release of two Xbox TV during E3 2016, which will be streaming devices that will send the signal of games and multimedia content televisions that do not have connected an Xbox, we, as a kind of Chromecast.
The first would look ‘stick’ that would connect directly to the TV’s HDMI shape, with which we can send the signal to the Xbox via WiFi to a second TV without the need to be moving the console, plus you will be able to connect the control and be able to play in several rooms without having to connect and disconnect.
On the other hand, the second Xbox TV devices would be more powerful, would have the capabilities of first but add the ability to have their own apps and casual games, most likely from the Windows Store, with the goal of being an extension of the console and not only serve to replicate content, because from here we could operate various functions and access content stored on the Xbox One.
New Xbox One “slim” for this E3 and more powerful Xbox One 2017
On the side of consoles, Kotaku mentioned that according to its sources, during this E3 will see an update of the Xbox One to be launched towards the end of theyear, which would be 40% thinner, update some of its components to put the day in power, would have a 2TB hard drive and reduce its price, this with the idea of replacing the Xbox 360 ends its production this year.
But in 2017 we would know the answer to the PlayStation Neo 4.5, which would be a major upgrade to the Xbox One with improved GPU to be compatible with 4K resolution, plus most likely be compatible with the Oculus Rift, since Microsoft has been negotiating with Oculus to add this support to the console and compete with pSVR Sony.
This new Xbox One is known internally under the codename ‘Scorpio’ and it is unknown if it will be announced during the next E3. Fortunately we only need to wait a couple of weeks to know the plans of Microsoft and Xbox. Visit http://trenchpress.com/ for more tips.Tags: Microsoft, Oculus, Xbox 'slim', Xbox 4K, Xbox TV