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Microsoft Takes Aim at Sony With Cheaper Xbox, Virtual Reality and Cross-Platform Games

Microsoft Takes Aim at Sony With Cheaper Xbox, Virtual Reality and Cross Platform Games

Microsoft on Monday unveiled a smaller, less expensive Xbox One and plans for a new console that can offer virtual reality games as it seeks to catch up with Sony in video game hardware.

The new Xbox One S starts at $300 and costs up to $400 for a 2-terabyte hard drive; the Xbox One previously started at $349. The new device supports 4K video and is about 40 percent smaller than the original model. A special edition will be available in August and standard versions will come out later this year.

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