There have been rumors for several years about a low-cost console focusing on cloud gaming by Microsoft. Almost the same thing as Chromecast and Stadia. The first mention of it was the Hobart project. Now a new name, Keystone, has appeared in the list of Microsoft operating systems. This has made the media More confident in making this device.
Now we can say with confidence that Microsoft will soon release a small device for Streaming games. This device will work with gamepads and cloud gaming system. Of course, Microsoft is trying out a few small examples. That being said, this device uses cheap hardware to make it cheap. However, it needs More time to cook. A Microsoft spokesman said in a statement: "Our view of the Xbox cloud gaming is very broad. Our goal is for people to be able to experience their favorite titles on any device, anytime, anywhere. As previously mentioned, we are working on a game Streaming device. This device can be connected to a TV or monitor without the need for a console.
We are experimenting a lot to offer the best high value device to fans. For this reason, we try different models.
The size of this new device will be very small.
According to what has been said, Keystone has been under construction for several years. Microsoft is also trying to finalize its product. Keystone will generally run a scaled-down version of the Xbox or Windows operating system. Because Keystone was on Microsoft's operating system list.
Using Windows or Microsoft-specific operating systems will allow the company to use other Streaming systems as well. It is not yet clear when this small console will be released. Of course, the Xbox and Bethesda event will be held on 22 June. That's why it might be introduced.
Microsoft's main goal is to expand Gimps. This system is highly economical and efficient, and for this reason it was very popular. Now launching such a console is a step in the right direction. With the release of this small Gimps console, More people will be available.