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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin, and this is

  • the portable Xbox One S setup.

  • So ... (sighs)

  • Hang on a second.

  • This is not right.

  • Now this is a little bit more like it.

  • This is the Xbox One S.

  • Now you might be asking, "Why are we using the

  • One S as opposed to the newer and more powerful One X?"

  • First of all, it's going to be easier to power the One S.

  • Because it's going to be a fully portable setup

  • running on battery, this guy's gonna last a lot longer.

  • But the second reason is the screen.

  • While the One S will technically output 4K,

  • pretty much all the games are going to be running at

  • 1080p or below, which is where this comes in.

  • This is the G-Story display for the Xbox One S.

  • The idea here is that this is actually going to mount

  • onto our Xbox, sort of like a laptop.

  • And because it's going to be full 1080p,

  • it actually shouldn't look too bad.

  • Take a look at the box, and not only will you see

  • this monitor, but you'll also see the PS4 Pro option,

  • which is very similar to what we did when we

  • built the ultimate PS4 Pro.

  • There's some key upgrades with this one, though.

  • Not only does it support HDR, which we'll see

  • how good that actually is, but impressively,

  • also is going to support AMD's FreeSync.

  • This is not available on the Xbox One yet.

  • However, an upcoming patch will allow FreeSync monitors

  • to work with the One S as well as the One X.

  • Once that's available, that actually might make a

  • pretty big difference to actual gameplay.

  • As you can see, we're getting an 11.6" display

  • with a 1080p resolution.

  • What's kind of cool with this is, not only does it have

  • dual HDMI ports, but it's also going to

  • have the speakers built-in.

  • Pop open the box, and the first thing we're

  • going to see are the accessories.

  • And here, we have our actual display itself.

  • You can see it matches the Xbox One S pretty well.

  • I think it's a touch brighter, but this is also an

  • Xbox that might be a little bit dirty right now.

  • That's actually gonna be pretty close.

  • The next question is, "How do I actually mount it?"

  • Doesn't seem like there's an obvious way to mount this.

  • Two clips on the sides later, we have what looks to be

  • an Xbox One S laptop.

  • You can open up the screen, close it, and it

  • doesn't look crazy, although I will say that there's

  • nothing holding the screen down like this,

  • so you might wanna be a little bit careful with

  • putting this in a bag.

  • However, that's actually a fair bit of the way of

  • getting our Xbox One portable.

  • However, that is not anywhere near ready.

  • It's okay.

  • It's not a real video until I've drawn blood

  • or hurt my funny bone.

  • Next up, we have the iPRIGENT

  • solar portable battery generator thing.

  • The idea here is that this is a pretty powerful

  • battery bank that you can charge

  • either via solar or ...

  • What's gonna be a lot more practical is to

  • just plug it into the wall.

  • But importantly for us, it's going to have a full outlet

  • so we can power not only our monitor,

  • but also our Xbox One S.

  • Or at least, that's what I hope we'll be able to do.

  • We haven't tried it yet.

  • Whether you're climbing in the Himalaya,

  • living in your village while you travel in the world,

  • or camping on the beach, we will keep you powered.

  • I feel so safe and powered thanks to

  • this generator, I guess.

  • All right.

  • So it's metal.

  • It feels like a car battery.

  • But importantly for us, in addition to our USB ports,

  • which actually might come in handy for the monitor,

  • but importantly, we do have that full outlet.

  • So if we plug it in, in theory, this should be

  • capable of delivering enough power to

  • run everything we need.

  • You know what?

  • This actually doesn't look all that ridiculous right now.

  • However ...

  • Actually, no, there's not a however.

  • We're not gonna go crazy with this one.

  • We're actually going to make something

  • that is remotely practical.

  • For the rest of this setup, we're going fairly basic.

  • This is going to be an Xbox One Design Lab controller,

  • although obviously, you can use any

  • Xbox One controller you want.

  • It's important to have at least a slightly newer one

  • with the headphone jack because we have a headset.

  • This is the Astro A10.

  • It's, of course, not going to be super necessary to

  • have a headset, but because this is going to be

  • a portable setup and we might not always wanna

  • actually rely on the speakers here, it's going to be

  • nice to have this guy we can plug into the controller.

  • So to make this fully portable, we have the

  • Peak Design Everyday bag.

  • This is actually Ken's Everyday bag, right?

  • - [Ken] Yeah.

  • - Oh wait, I just said every day.

  • (mocking) It's every day ...

  • No, I almost did it.

  • I almost did it, but I didn't do it.

  • You're welcome.

  • What's nice about this is that it's

  • going to be fully modular.

  • In addition to the awesome little clasps you have

  • to open up to the top section, if you want,

  • you can just unzip the side

  • and everything in here can be pulled out.

  • Right now, it's set up as a camera bag,

  • but if I just rip out these sections,

  • we should be able to fit the Xbox.

  • So inside this bag, we have everything we need

  • for our portable Xbox setup.

  • Except the headphones, which didn't quite fit,

  • but close enough.

  • If you're crazy enough like me and you actually wanna

  • play your Xbox in the park, hopefully this is

  • actually going to work.

  • Although whether it actually does or not,

  • that's a little bit of a different story.

  • The real question I have here is whether this battery is

  • actually going to be able to power not only the Xbox,

  • but you also have to keep in mind that

  • we have to power the display.

  • I can't imagine that that screen's going to

  • take up all that much power.

  • Probably only 10 watts or so.

  • But we do need a multi-tap to be able to get

  • this single outlet on the actual battery bank

  • into the two outlets we need for both

  • the Xbox as well as the display.

  • Luckily though, it should just pop in like this,

  • and (laughs) it's good to go.

  • The first thing I wanna do is make sure that

  • our battery can power the display,

  • which shouldn't be a problem,

  • but none of this might work.

  • We'll see.

  • If I hit the power button twice, it should turn on.

  • Then I hit the power button here, and okay.

  • So at least we have the monitor up.

  • Now let's plug the Xbox in, and (laughs)

  • I really hope this works.

  • Otherwise, we're gonna have to redo

  • this entire part of the video.

  • All right, plug the Xbox in.

  • And because we broke our home button,

  • I'm gonna hit the disc eject button.

  • But if you give it a second, it will turn on.

  • Sweet.

  • I still need to plug in the HDMI, but I think

  • we actually might be okay here.

  • Okay, so we have our fully portable Xbox One setup.

  • This is actually much less ridiculous than

  • the last one we did.

  • So the next step is to get actually online.

  • Normally, that would be a problem.

  • If you're playing something that's offline,

  • it's no big deal.

  • However, thanks to the magic of tethering,

  • we actually should be able to play online.

  • All right, the console is connected to the network.

  • Now the next thing is ...

  • Actually, I'm curious about the display.

  • It does show that we support HDR video,

  • however, it doesn't support HDR10 for gaming.

  • So I guess in theory, we could maybe

  • watch a video or something.

  • However, the display itself is actually surprisingly decent.

  • It is really bright out here, and yet,

  • while it's a little bit reflective,

  • I can totally see the screen no problem.

  • So it's time to put all of this to the test

  • with a game of Fortnite on my Xbox

  • in the middle of a park, even though

  • the phone version exists.

  • Oh hey, we're up and running.

  • Dude, this totally works.

  • (laughs)

  • I can't really tell if there's latency.

  • Obviously we're playing on LTE, but it feels fine.

  • Hi, little guy.

  • You wanna play some Fortnite?

  • Come here.

  • Come here, play some Fortnite.

  • Yeah, want some Fortnite?

  • I don't have anything for you, sorry.

  • Don't bite me, please.

  • The squirrel approves of Fortnite.

  • I have no idea where I am.

  • (laughs) Dude, he's totally just chilling here. (laughs)

  • Really just does not care.

  • I'm actually not totally sure how long

  • this is going to last on battery.

  • I could tell, but this actually covers up

  • the battery indicator, so we'll see.

  • Usually when you're outside with pretty much

  • any kind of screen, but especially something that's

  • going to be gaming related, you're usually gonna

  • have to deal with a lot of glare.

  • But I'm surprised at how matte this display is,

  • as well as just how decent it is to play outside,

  • especially the brightness helps.

  • It's really not that hard to see at all.

  • I feel like the headset just pushes me

  • over the edge right now.

  • I can't really notice any serious latency.

  • I'm sure it's there.

  • I haven't really seen a ton of other people just yet.

  • But as far as I'm concerned,

  • I'm playing on Xbox anywhere else.

  • The idea that I'm fully untethered running on LTE

  • doesn't really seem to be an issue,

  • which is kinda cool, actually.

  • So if you'd like to build your own portable Xbox One,

  • we'll have links to everything we used to build this

  • in the description of this video.

  • And you also might wanna go check out the original video

  • where we built a portable PS4.

  • Anyway guys, thank you so much for watching

  • and I will catch you in the next one.

- Hey guys, this is Austin, and this is

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ポータブルXbox Oneの構築 (Building the Portable Xbox One)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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