Let’s get one thing out of the way here, the reference as “laptop” is a bit misleading, because you obviously can’t have any work done in here, unless you play games for a living. This is a more portable version of Xbox One that you can easily take to a LAN party. The Xbook One laptop as Ed calls it, houses all the Xbox One parts on a custom body with 3D-printed parts, and it features a gorgeous 22-inch Vizio 1080p LCD display. And yes, it’s for sale, the model with Kinect gets a price tag of $1,500, while the version without Kinect cost $1,400. If you also like an HDMI-out port it will run you another $50. The modded “portable” version of Xbox One has its own 30-day warranty from Edward Zarick, as Microsoft’s warranty gets obviously voided with these modifications. It’s pricy, but if have $1,500 laying around and you are looking for something unique, and you happen to be a gamer, the Xbook One may just be what you’re looking for. If you had the money would you buy it? Source YouTube via PCWorld All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.