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Head of Xbox Phil Spencer posted on his Twitter (banned in Russia) a new photo showing an unknown Xbox-branded device lying on the top shelf. Apparently, this is a device for streaming games through the Xbox Cloud Gaming service, which the company mentioned last year. The device is also known under the code name Xbox Keystone.
Contrary to expectations, Microsoft is not creating a Google Chromecast-like TV adapter, but a compact set-top box that looks like the Xbox Series S. According to The Verge, work on the device continues to this day, and the Xbox team still intends to release it on market.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft recently released the Xbox TV app for Samsung smart TVs and monitors (2022 models), which allows you to play games using the Xbox Cloud Gaming service and supports streaming at 1080p at 60 FPS.