Microsoft announced the launch this week of its Windows 10 accessory synonym for the Xbox One S. The accessory is available in black and white, with blue accents on the lid.
It includes a headset jack, USB-C port, and a power plug.
It will be available in two versions: a standalone version with a small plastic tray that can hold one USB-A port, the standard Xbox One version, and the bigger Xbox One X version with two USB-B ports.
Microsoft also said that the accessory will work with Xbox accessories from other brands, and that it can work with both Xbox One accessories and Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft has also said it will provide a free Windows 10-compatible controller and mouse accessory with each purchase.
Microsoft will sell the accessory for $150, but a Microsoft spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal that it will be cheaper than buying an Xbox One, a $150 Xbox One controller, or an Xbox 360 controller separately.
The Xbox One Pro is also expected to be available, but it’s unclear when or where it will arrive.