Photo credit: Martin Hajek via Yanko Design
If Tesla and Microsoft teamed up to make an Xbox Series X console inspired by the Cybertruck, this is probably what it would look like. Designer Martin Hajek came up with this concept and modeled it around the upcoming console, but gave it a low-poly makeover. No technical specifications were revealed, but we can’t imagine it being any more powerful than it already is going to be.
Just in case you missed the official announcement, the Xbox Series X is powered by a custom 7nm AMD Zen 2 CPU, a custom graphics unit based on AMD’s RDNA 2 graphics architecture with 56 compute units (CUs), 16GB of GDDR6 SDRAM, a 1TB NVM Express (NVMe) SSD, 4K UHD Blu-Ray optical drive, an HDMI 2.1 output, and three USB 3.2 ports, some of which can be used to add additional storage space.
- Accessories Included: HDMI Cable:30CM (One end with 90 degree and other end 180 degree) IR Remote Control for easy menu navigation, 12V 1.5A wall mount adapter, external accessory bag for storing controllers, power supplies, and cables.
- Screen Finish:Anti-glare Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Panel Type:IPS Monitor:17.3" FHD 1080P IPS Display Viewing Angle: 170 Degree/170 Degree
- Chambered and tuned 3W stereo speakers deliver quality sound without headsets and has a 3.5mm audio output when you do want to use headsets
- Hard-shell protective case with 105 degrees of hinge angle
- Self-contained Personal Gaming Environment for your favorite gaming consoles Game Anywhere! Plug and Play
While the production Xbox Series X won’t be coming with a Cybertruck-inspired controller, it will be bundled with an updated version of the wireless Xbox One controller, but with an improved ergonomics to fit a larger range of hand sizes.