The Epic Aussie Designed Portable Screen For The Xbox Series S Just Got Some New Features And A Launch Trailer

Aussie based startup UPSpec gaming has just published the final launch trailer for their upcoming portable Series S display, the xScreen. You can check it out below:

The xScreen originally launched via Kickstarter campaign in July of 2021 and swiftly reached its AU$13,000 goal within just twenty minutes, eventually landing on a whopping $AU145,118. The xScreen is a fully integrated folding screen that seamlessly attaches to the Xbox Series S, using the console’s existing onboard inputs. The xScreen doesn’t require any additional samples and uses just the Xbox’s supplied figure 8 cable.

Key features include:

  • 11.6″ IPS screen which is the largest screen size available to fit within the Xbox Series S footprint
  • 1080p 60hz resolution, a perfect match for how most games are optimised for the Xbox Series S
  • Integrated stereo speakers
  • Built-in controls for screen settings and volume
  • Cable-free attachment solution – only original Xbox power cable required
  • Optional cross-hair overlay for use in FPS games
  • HDMI-CEC Xbox power off function on screen close to prevent overheating
  • Ability to swap coloured latches (optional accessory)
  • Optional “stand-mode” orientation using stand feet (optional accessory)
  • Custom carry case enables the transport of everything you need in the smallest possible form factor (optional accessory)
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New features announced in the above trailer include the option to turn on a crosshair overlay for first-person shooters, allowing you to customise your on-screen crosshair with the touch of a single button and built-in sensors that allow you to turn off the Xbox when you close the screen.

You can pre-order the UPspec Gaming xScreen right here for USD$249.99 with free shipping and check out the various accessories also available for the device, including an all-encompassing carry case with a convenient and sleek design. The xScreen is expected to ship late February and works exclusively with the Xbox Series S.