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Build Your Own Xbox 360 Laptop with the Darkmatter Kit

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It’s time to put your Ben Heck hat on. A company called Photon Gaming is raising funds for Darkmatter, an open source DIY kit for converting an Xbox 360 console into a laptop. Photon Gaming even claims one variant of their kit will allow you to convert an Xbox One into a laptop. I wonder if early adopters will be willing to risk losing an Xbox One for that.

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The kit is available in various models depending on how much you want to pay, from just the electronics to a finished and ready to use Darkmatter Xbox 360 laptop.

Head to Kickstarter to support the world’s first open-source, hacker-friendly, 3D printed, laser-cut, honey glazed, butter side up DIY Xbox 360 laptop kit. If you pledge at least $499 (USD), you’ll qualify to get the full kit; all you’ll need is an Xbox 360 and a few hours to put the two together. But if you have more money than tinkering skills, pledge at least $999 and you’ll get a full Xbox 360 laptop as a reward.






Comments (5):

  1. Techjango says:

    Thanks for much for covering our Kickstarter campaign. Please note that there is a REDUCED PRICE $299 KIT also! So you can actually get in at that reward level, add your existing 360 slim and you’re good to go!

  2. Hunter Bame says:

    where can i buy this it looks amazing

  3. Robert Bradybaugh says:

    So if i pay over $999 I get the full 360 Darkmatter laptop?

  4. Brett Paulson says:

    is it possible to get the plans for it or do i have to buy a diy kit reason im asking is i want the challenge of doing it by my self by making the case by myself. maybe this would be a good option once this goes on the market

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