The perfect on-the-go screen has arrived for Xbox 360 users. Joytech has created an LCD screen that attatches to the Xbox 360. The screen features a 9.2 inch display, twin modular stereo speakers, SRS 3-D sound enhancement, two stereo headpohne outputs, and a 160-degree viewing angle. The screen is available here for $180. Via Kotaku.
Pelican is making your Xbox 360 even more personal. To integrate your personality even more in to the Xbox 360, a custom faceplate service has been made by Pelican. You can use Pelican’s design tools to make your own designs or upload personal photos. Faceplates can be bought here. Via Uncrate.
If your Xbox 360 runs out of real estate and you want to get more without shelling out too much, the Datel XSATA will be your next best gaming buddy. It simply connects your Xbox 360 to your PC’s hard drive via its USB socket. It’s then allows you to take your excess data from the console, store it, then take it back as you need it. Available soon for around
£30 $52. Via Games Digest.
Ever thought how to make sure that your Xbox 360 doesn’t over heat? Well here’s the solution. Only costing $20, Nyko’s Xbox 360 Intercooler will lower the temperature of your 360 with its three fans. Nyko’s Intercooler will automatically turn on as the 360 turns on and can be placed in the horizontal or vertical position. Via Uncrate.
The combination of Fifa and Xbox 360 will make any football fun go nuts. The Xbox 360 Blue Edition will consist of: Xbox hard disk, wireless controller, media remote control, HD AV cable, LAN cable, AC adapter along with the goodies such as Adidas Japan blue faceplate, original bandana and 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany game from Electronic Arts. These bundles will be limited to only 10,000 units and the current online price is $430. Via New Launches.
Pioneer is falling into the Xbox 360 craze with this surround sound system. The HTP-XGS1 is a 600 watt, 5.1 surround sound system that is designed to work with the Xbox 360. This system even includes Multi Channel Acoustic Calibration (MCACC), which analyzes your rooms acoustics and adjusts the system accordingly for the best audio performance. There is set price yet, and it’s set to drop sometime in May 2006. Via OhGizmo!