It might not be a Nintendo Switch, but xScreen turns the relatively light Xbox Series S into a portable console with endless access to titles on Game Pass. The Kickstarter was completed in just twenty minutes.
xScreen From Upspec Gaming is a monitor that you can plug into your Xbox Series S, and turn it into some kind of laptop. It is an 11.6-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1080 pixels with a refresh rate of 60 Hz. It also has built-in speakers and connects directly to the HDMI and USB ports on the back of the S Series.
The screen also uses scrolling. This means that the S-series power and memory expansion cable can be connected directly. UPspec also states that the monitor does not require its own power supply and that no modifications to the console are required. The color also matches the finish of the Series S case.
Due to the shape, the screen can be easily folded over the console, just like with a laptop. According to UPspec, the S Series with xScreen fits in a 15-inch laptop bag.
Kickstarter for the device I went online yesterday at 4:00 pm and within twenty minutes the goal was achieved after the start of the project. If you are interested in supporting the project, you can do so until August 6.
For €164, you are the lucky owner of the xScreen for Xbox Series S. Keep in mind that the January 2022 delivery forecast.