Microsoft Has A New, Super Small Video Game Console

Microsoft Holds Its Xbox 2016 Briefing Duing Annual E3 Gaming Conference
LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 13: The new Microsoft Xbox One S console is announced during the Microsoft Xbox news conference at the E3 Gaming Conference on June 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. The One S is slated to launch in August. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
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Microsoft has a new video game console that it hopes will win the hearts of gamers.

The new Xbox One S is essentially a smaller version of Microsoft’s Xbox One Console, [hotlink]Microsoft [/hotlink] said on Monday in Los Angeles during the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3.

The device, which costs $300, will be available in August. Microsoft (MSFT) said it is 40% smaller than the Xbox One console and will support high resolution technologies like 4K video and high-dynamic-range imaging.

The Xbox One S will also have a new controller, Bluetooth support, and have a greater wireless range than current Xbox controllers.

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Additionally, Microsoft said that it has a new feature called Xbox Play Anywhere that will let gamers play a limited number of video games on both Microsoft video game consoles and the Windows 10 operating system.

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Rod Fergusson, Studio head of Coalition Studio, a Microsoft owned video game development company, told the audience that video gamers can use Xbox Play Anywhere to buy video games online and have the option of either playing it on one’s Microsoft gaming console of a personal computer with Windows 10 installed.

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