A listing on Amazon.com points toward a new version of Microsoft's Xbox One gaming console with double the storage and a controller with a headset jack.
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A 1TB Xbox One was previously available only in last year's limited-edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare pack, Eurogamer.net notes (the current version of the Xbox One sports a 500GB hard drive). The site also reports a release date of June 15 -- the same day as Microsoft's Xbox press conference at the E3 2015 gaming confab -- and a price of $399. It says, too, that the console bundle includes a copy of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. (All those details seem to have disappeared from the Amazon listing by the time the following screenshot was taken, however).
Microsoft declined to comment on the Amazon posting, saying only this: "We're gearing up for an exciting E3 where we'll showcase more games and experiences. We have nothing further to share at this time."