MIcrosoft recently unveiled its Xbox One S, which packs Xbox One hardware into a case 40% smaller than the standard console, along with some new features such as 4K support.
But what if the reduced form factor isn't enough for you?
What if you're looking for something even more compact, even portable, say?
The well-known engineer is responsible for the original Xbook One, which turned the Xbox One into a portable device, and has just revealed his latest project: the Xbook One S.
Yes, Zarrick has managed to cram the innards of Microsoft's new slimmed-down console into a laptop style case, complete with screen.
Whereas the previous Xbook came with a 22-inch Vizio display attached, however, the new device features a 19-inch screen from Samsung to match its slightly smaller dimensions.