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Posted by: Sesquarch
« on: July 09, 2019, 09:55:05 »

Man, I really cannot.stand such articles!

So, we don't know too much about Stadia, no one has tried to commercial product yet. We know next to nothi g about Microsoft's rival product.
But suddenly, it is a "Stadia killer".
Plus, how come any alternative to a product or a service has to be "killing" that product or service in the Anglo-Saxon journalism? Has Samsung s10 killed iPhone? Or vice versa?

 
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: July 08, 2019, 23:35:53 »

A tech blogger has posted a new video citing rumors that Microsoft is working on hardware for its xCloud platform. This console would apparently work with existing Xbox controllers, but also act as a competitor for Google's own starter pack for Stadia. As this putative box could cost as little as US$60, it would also undercut the "Founder's Edition".

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Microsoft-is-now-thought-to-have-a-Stadia-Founder-s-Edition-killer-in-the-works.427137.0.html

 
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