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Xbox Wireless Adapter To Be Released On January 31 2018


Just a few weeks after Microsoft officially announced its new Xbox Wireless Adapter that would provide users a better option when it comes to connecting
Xbox One controllers to a Windows 10 PC. The adapter was originally scheduled to launch in the United States last week, on August 8, but it appears that the USB stick is postponed.
The listing on Microsoft Store has been updated, saying "not available" and has a release date of January 31, 2018. This means users will have to wait for 8 more months before they get their hands on the unit.

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