After successfully completed Kickstarter campaign, the Australian startup company UPSPEC Gaming launched the production of the Xscreen, a folding screen, which transforms the Xbox Series S in the presence of a power source quasi into a mobile console.

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The Xscreen has a 11.6 inch IPS screen that can provide a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 60 fps, integrated stereo speakers and display options and volume controls.

The only 695 gram of heavy folding screen can be connected to the Xbox Series S via the HDMI and USB ports and refers its power supply without additional power plug from the console itself.

The newly released launch trailer reveals some new features of the Xscreen. Among them an activatable crosshairs overlay for first-person shooter and the possibility of automatic shutdown of the Xbox Series S at the screen.

The Xscreen is currently pre-ordered on the official UPSPEC GAMING website for the price of $ 249.99. The shipping of the folding screen takes place at the end of February.