With the recent announcement of a new Windows 10 upgrade to Microsoft’s console, many people have started asking questions.
While Microsoft has been coy about the details, we can now confirm that a new marble console is coming to the Xbox One and Windows 10, according to TechRadars’ source.
Microsoft’s new marble gaming console will come to the US and UK, and will be released at the end of May, TechRadaris’ source says.
While Microsoft has yet to reveal the specifications of the marble console, it does have a number of interesting features to offer.
The marble console will include:A large HDMI input for connecting a variety of inputs, including Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles, and more, plus a DisplayPort to HDMI adapter, a power supply, and an HDMI cable.
The HDMI cable also includes a small power plug for connecting to an external power source.
There’s a variety to the marble gaming controller, including a traditional controller with three buttons, an Xbox 360 controller with two buttons, and a controller with a D-pad, two triggers, and two triggers with one button.
The marble controller also includes the usual Xbox One controller buttons, as well as a small Xbox 360 button.
The console will also include a set of buttons to adjust the power settings, as Microsoft is reportedly working on a way to automatically adjust power settings to the controller when the console is plugged into a power outlet.
Microsoft has previously released a number other accessories for the marble controller, such as a set with four buttons and a set for two triggers.
We’re sure the marble Xbox 360 Controller will look familiar to anyone who has played the Xbox 360, but the marble D-Pad will be very familiar to gamers who have played on the Xbox one, or those who are familiar with the original Xbox.
While the marble marble Xbox controller is the official release of the Xbox 10 upgrade, the marble tile controller will likely only see limited distribution.
While we expect the marble slate controller will see limited availability in the US, the Marble Xbox 360 will likely have limited availability globally.
The Marble marble Xbox One is coming soon, but Microsoft is currently keeping the marble tiles to itself.