Another highlight that Microsoft has dawned upon us this week, is that you will be able to stream your games on Xbox One to any tablet or PC device running Windows 10 on the same network.
This is something Sony has already been doing for a little while now. It started with Remote Play using a Playstation Vita and then expanded to android devices. In fact, that was another thing we wanted to report on with an in-depth interview, but again, Sony refused any and all press interviews this year at CES. So that was a flop, and we never got enough information in the end to fully bring you a story.
Microsoft however, is all about interviews and feeding information to the hungry press. No interview yet, but the information is still gold as many Xbox owners have been wondering if they too will be able to take advantage of such a feature (especially since just about anything else we do for entertainment can already be streamed everywhere we go it seems).
We have yet to know if they will allow for connections outside of your network (playing your games remotely while on vacation for example), but this is a major update to the Xbox world either way. We are excited about this and look forward to testing it out when the time comes (assuming we ever get around to getting a One for the office here).
No demos or betas just yet, but for now you can feed your eyes with this sneak peak video of things to come: