The Xbox Series S xScreen portable display was fully funded in just 20 minutes.
Although the Xbox Series S is not a portable console, one Australian company has taken things to the next level as it designs an integrated display on the device.
UPspec gaming, which is a start-up and gaming accessories creator revealed its plans for the xScreen for the Xbox Series S around a month ago, there was a kickstarted created for the project on Wednesday.
The funding target was met in only 20 minutes as target of $10,000 was raised, now it seems that this has increased with a series of backers pushing the total amount to over $66,000.
It’s no surprise that so many have supported the project as the xScreen will add a display to the console making it more portable.
This will also remove the requirement of a HDMI cable and a power cable along with folding closed for easy transportation.
The screen will offer an impressive 11.6 inch display with a 1080p output at 60Hz.
The xScreen will attach to the console using latches that are located at the side, players will simply need to line up the display and insert USB and HDMI ports on the back.
Once the console is connected to power the display should power up without any further action, it will also feature speakers and controls which will allow players to have full control of the volume and brightness along with other settings.
For players hoping to receive an xScreen, backers need to pledge a total of $219 and will receive it next year in January.
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