A Microsoft-designed computer will be the new gaming computer of choice for gamers at the company’s annual shareholders meeting on Tuesday.
The company unveiled the new XBox One console, which is based on the Microsoft Surface tablet, and the Xbox gaming computer.
It is the latest step in Microsoft’s push to become a gaming powerhouse, but it’s a move that’s not expected to be seen in the home.
Microsoft has been struggling to get the Surface tablet into more homes than its predecessor, the Surface Pro, and it faces some challenges on that front.
The Xbox will be available for the first time on Sept. 12, but most of the gaming PCs, including the Xbox, are set to debut in the coming months.
The new Xbox One console will have a 4K resolution screen, which means that you can get 4K gaming at 60 frames per second.
The device is powered by a quad-core Intel Core i7-6850U processor, a 32GB memory chip, 16GB of DDR3 RAM and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics card.
Microsoft has promised that the new Xbox will have an upgrade path to the Surface and other Xbox devices.
Microsoft said that it will be able to ship an Xbox One with a new console-like upgrade path that will include an Xbox Live Gold membership, which lets Xbox users stream Xbox games from the Internet.
The company said it will also provide an Xbox Play Anywhere app that allows people to stream games to their Xbox One consoles.
The new console will also come with an HDMI port.
The Xbox One will launch in the U.S. on Sept, 12, and in Europe and Asia on Sept., 15.
The console will launch with an Intel Core m3 processor, 8GB of RAM, 512GB of flash storage, a USB Type-C port and a new wireless controller.
The system will cost $499 for the base model, $599 for the Pro model and $699 for the Xbox Elite.