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Microsoft confirms Xbox Keystone cloud streaming device | Digital Trends

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Microsoft's long-in-the-works xCloud streaming device is going through some changes, as reported by Windows Central. The company first announced the dedicated streaming dongle in June 2021, but in a statement given to Windows Central, the company said it has pivoted from the current iteration of the device.
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Microsoft confirms Xbox Keystone cloud streaming device | Digital Trends

Xbox confirmed that a cloud streaming device codenamed Keystone is currently in development.

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Microsoft confirms work on "Keystone" Xbox game streaming dongle

Maybe we’ll hear more at the June Xbox event.

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IGN

Project Keystone is Microsoft's Affordable Xbox Cloud Gaming Streaming Stick - IGN

A new report from Windows Central reveals that Project Keystone - which was seen in March 2022 in the Xbox OS list - is the codename for Microsoft's cloud gaming streaming device.

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Microsoft confirms it is building an HDMI device codenamed Keystone that can be connected to a TV or monitor to run Xbox Game Pass and its cloud gaming service

By Jez Corden / Windows Central. View the full context on Techmeme.

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Microsoft Confirms Existence Of 'Keystone' - A New Xbox Streaming Device

"Our vision for Xbox Cloud Gaming is unwavering"

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Report offers insight into Xbox 'Keystone' device for cloud gaming

The idea of an Xbox streaming stick/dongle/thing has been around for a while now, but a new report offers some insight into what's actually going on.

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