Defying technology, A 2 in 1 Video Game Console: PS3 and Xbox 360 in a Box!
The 1950′s saw the creation of the first ever computer games. In 1972, Ralph H. Baer, the German pioneer of video gaming, invented the first video game console that could be connected to the television set. Fast forward to today.
Modern technology have fed the public more and more taste for video gaming, to a point that a single player may not exactly be satisfied with having only one video game console.
Furthermore, you can even find video game consoles that no longer needed to be connected to any television set.
You have had the Nintendo DS and PSPs early in the 2000 millennium. And about five years ago, the gaming world has introduced to the public Xbox 360 and PS3. But which is a better video game console between the two?
The answer doesn’t matter when you can have the best of both video game consoles in one.
Reddit user timofiend has decided to just cram up the two video game consoles into one box, and the project proved to be a masterpiece.
Timeofiend bought a new Xbox 360 slim and used his old PlayStation 3 normal for the project. He took off the parts for each console and rigged up both in one pc case.
Considering that it’s very difficult to reconnect electric power supplies for different consoles and to make them work out smoothly without overheating and firing each other up, timofiend certainly has defeated the complications that power supplies would give even those who have gone through electrical engineering.
Many technology fan however suggested to timofiend that to really prevent the two consoles from generating too much heat and thus affecting the power supply, it would be better to use liquid cooling, but timofiend has said that it was too costly for now.
Timofiend is now considering to share his achievement with those who are interested through uploading his work log and photos of his project through a blogsite and linking it with Reddit.
When told that he ought to earn money from his effort, he merely said that he’s really more than happy to share his ideas and it does not bother him if he will not be earning from the project. He said he had fun doing it anyway and that was enough.
But really, maybe timofiend should want to be in business for his impressive accomplishment, after all, his work is not an easy feat.
Should he have seconds’ thoughts regarding the idea though, perhaps he should be in contact with Ben Heck, a famous video game devices modder.
Perhaps Heck would love knowing the details of timofiend’s work.
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