Here’s a little something for those Xbox 360 gamers keeping their eyes peeled on the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Manufacturer Lian Li has put a custom Xbox 360 chassis out on display, which hosts some interesting features you may want to read over via the full article.
Just how far will you go to fix your Xbox 360’s chronic cooling problems? If you don’t mind transplanting your console’s insides – hence voiding the warranty – then you may want to take a gander at this prototype case that was on display at the Consumer Electronic Show.
Developed by the the Taiwan-based Lian Li computer case manufacturing group, this aluminum chassis reportedly has better cooling characteristics than the 360’s original body.
An on-site Lian Li representative stated that given the case’s design, it may also be possible for 360 owners to easily swap out their Xbox 360’s default HDD to something with a higher memory capacity. Lian Li plans to release this case into the market by this year. We’ve posted some screenshots of their custom 360 case to give you an idea of how it looks.