Xbox One’s New Phantom White Wireless Controller Is See-Through

Alfred Osborne
March 14, 2019

Microsoft's mission to become truly platform-agnostic continues to take shape as it is now possible to natively stream your PC display (and all of your PC games) to the Xbox One. While multi-device accessibility is expected for things like movies and music, video games may soon be following in those footsteps. As The Verge noted on Wednesday morning, Microsoft recently updated its Wireless Display app to let anyone turn their Xbox One into a wireless display for their PC.

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The Wireless Display app, which is the same casting experience available through the Surface Hub and Windows, has arrived on Xbox One. There's a 3.5mm audio headphone jack for directly connecting a wired headset, Bluetooth for wireless connectivity, and support for custom button mapping via the Xbox Accessories companion app.

Xbox One users have been able to play their console games on PCs via local network streaming for a couple of years now, so the option to cast your games in the opposite direction is pretty cool. However, the Xbox One's native mouse and keyboard support seemingly doesn't translate, requiring the use of your device's own input.

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