We all know Microsoft is always about making things better, easier to use, and more user friendly. Today at e3, the new Xbox One will have an intergrated power supply, a 2TB hard drive (internal, of course), a new wireless controller with textured grips, and a much better wireless range (it’s safe to say that it’s using wireless 802.11 A/C that’s become the new standard).
With this announcement, Microsoft has also stated that the new console will be 40-percent smaller, but it will also retail for a hundred dollars less than current Xbox Ones. The new console will run for $299.99 and will hit shelves this August.
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