After a year of teasing Project Scorpio, Microsoft finally made its Xbox One X, available to retail in November. It is the best Xbox console to date, but what if you could purchase a variant of the device that was a bit more unique? This is where the custom created Xbook One X comes into play.
Eddie Zarick has recently posted a video on his YouTube channel, showing off his latest creation, the Xbook One X. The unit is an Xbox One X that has been converted into a laptop. With Zarick's previous creations, he used a smaller 19-inch display but due to it being limited to 720p, he decided to bump up to a 21.5-inch 1080p monitor for his latest project. Naturally, the console retains its support for Xbox One controllers while also building in a physical keyboard that can be used to navigate the Xbox menu. Even in its laptop form factor, the console still retains its I/O ports which are located in the back however you do lose one of the USB ports if you do opt for a keyboard in the Xbook One X.
If you're eager to get your hands on the Xbook One X, you can do so through Zarick's website but it won't be cheap. The unit can be purchased for $2,495 with a $1,000 initial deposit required when ordering and the remainder payable upon build completion. Since these devices are custom, they can take anywhere from two to three weeks to finish one modified console. If interested in other consoles, you can take a look at his website for more details.
Source: Eddie Zarick (YouTube)
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