Published On: Wed, Apr 27th, 2016

Microsoft Expected To Introduce New Xbox One Hardware At E3

Some information about new Xbox One hardware is expected to be officially detailed by Microsoft this June at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event, said sources.

A report published on the blog of Paul Thurrot by Brad Sam reveals the technology and software giant may introduce a new Xbox hardware and also a refresh of Xbox One controller during the event.

It is not yet very much confirmed but the report adds either Microsoft may either introduce a new version of the Xbox One Elite console or to reveal an entirely new hardware.

Microsoft Expected To Introduce New Xbox One Hardware At E3

Currently the Xbox One Elite is being retailed at $500 equipped with 1TB of storage. It is claimed to be having 20 percent faster boot up compared to the Xbox One.

The console comes with customizable Elite controller too and it can be separately purchased for a price of $150.

Meanwhile, it has been frequently rumored for past couple of months Sony is developing a 4K-capable PlayStation 4 gaming machine and to be called as PlayStation 4K.

Many believe the new hardware upgrade is Microsoft’s answer to PlayStation 4K.

Do you too believe the same that Microsoft is preparing itself making grounds to face the launch of Sony’s much rumored PlayStation 4K gaming console? Share your own views with us and fellow readers in the below given comment box.

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