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You might remember our older posts about portable Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, fit with bespoke flip screens in a laptop form factor. The man behind those, Ed Zarick, is back again with his latest invention.
The Xbook One S is everything you’d expect it to be, based on Microsoft’s newer, slightly quicker Xbox One S console. But Zarick decided that it just didn’t offer the user enough.
As a result, he took one of these beauties, slapped a flat-screen monitor on it, reworked the chassis, and turned it into a fully portable gaming system that’ll likely give the Nintendo NX a run for its money (if it is actually a portable system).
Zarick’s actually giving the device away over on his Twitter account, but for the run down on what it took to build one, have a look at his video explainer below.
Feature image: Ed Zarick