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Xcm Black Light Chameleon Case for Xbox 360 Gives Your Console a Colorful Makeover

by Paul Strauss
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This dramatic replacement case for the Xbox 360 is a great way to give your 360 system the much-needed makeover it deserves.

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Despite its name, the new XCM Black Light Chameleon case doesn’t actually have a black light in it. But it is black, and it has lights in it, so there is truth in advertising after all. The sleek black case has a set of bright color-changing LEDs that let you choose from one of 7 colors of your liking. You can also set the LEDs to gradually cycle between colors if you can’t make up your mind. In addition to the backlit clear window on the side of the case, XCM includes a matching AirTube Chameleon, an illuminated replacement for the 360’s fan shroud.

XCM provides everything you need to swap out your Xbox 360’s case including a matching faceplate, DVD bezel, eject button, a case opening tool. From start-to-finish, you should be able to change cases in about 10 to 15 minutes. Not bad.

Keep in mind this case is for Xbox 360s with an HDMI port. If your model doesn’t have one, the case won’t fit. You can get your hands on the XCM Black Light case over at Extreme Mods for $89.99 (USD).

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