Yes, it's a working Xbox 360, and yes, it's actually portable. Though whether lugging around a 60lb rig consisting of cables, PVC tubing, a full-size LCD display, Xbox 360 and a generator is worth the convenience is another matter. Our advice? Leave the 360 at home. That or see if you can wrangle yourself a donkey with a steady trot, because the human spine just isn't cut out for this kinda shit. [TechEBlog, via Giz]
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