Microsoft is making a big move with its newest gaming console, the Microsoft Windows Box.
The box, which is being launched at Computex, is built with the same “Windows” design as the previous version of the Windows 10 desktop and a Windows 8.1 laptop box.
The Windows box is being priced at $249.99, which makes it the cheapest gaming console on the market right now.
Microsoft has a history of bringing gaming consoles to market, including the Xbox One S and Xbox One X, but they’ve mostly been expensive gaming consoles for the most part.
The Xbox One will be launching in the U.S. on October 24, and the Xbox Box will be available in Canada on October 28.
Microsoft says the new box will support a variety of games, from games that are developed for Windows 10 to games that require the use of DirectX 12.
“Windows 10 is a complete, unified platform, so we want you to be able to experience the most powerful gaming experiences on your PC or laptop anytime, anywhere,” the company said.
It also promises that the Windows box will “bring you the best of the Xbox experience with all the power of the latest graphics and processing power.”
This includes support for DirectX 12, which Microsoft says will “enhance your gaming experiences” and give the Windows platform “more flexibility and speed” than the Xbox.
This is just the beginning of Microsoft’s plans for gaming consoles.
Microsoft plans to expand the Windows gaming platform with new games and new games engines, as well as the launch of new gaming consoles with Microsoft’s own console and accessories.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has said that Microsoft is planning to launch its own gaming console with the Windows 8 console, which will be a “console-class gaming device.”
Microsoft says its next console, codenamed the X, will be priced at about $400, which seems reasonable given that it will have more power and a more powerful gaming experience than the PlayStation 4.
“Our goal is to get the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 4 to $500, but the cost of getting there will be even lower,” the CEO told reporters at Microsoft’s E3 press conference.