Golden Xbox One gaming console now available

Golden Xbox One gaming console now available

If you are not quite satisfied with the way your Xbox One gaming console looks like then maybe you should try something different – like a gold-plated Xbox One that is now for sale at Harrods, a popular department store in London, England.

This gaming console is exclusive, which means there’s only one. It was made by the customization company Crystal Rocked and it features pure 24-carat gold making it the only Xbox One console in the world with such a cover. Inside, however, the golden console does not offer much else than the standard hardware that can be found in this console – a custom AMD Fusion processor with eight x86 low power Jaguar cores, AMD Radeon HD graphics with GCN architecture and a 32 MB ESRAM/EDRAM buffer, and 8 GB of DDR3 memory that is shared between the graphics chip and the processor. The rest of the hardware includes a 500 GB hard drive, a Blu-Ray disk drive, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet, 7.1-channeled audio and a redesigned Kinect sensor.

Unfortunately the golden console is rather expensive as you may have guessed by now – it sells for GBP 6000 and on top of the price the controllers supplied with it are standard, which ruins the overall look of the device a bit. Still, we are sure that someone will eventually buy this unusual gaming console but this person should really have deep pockets.

Source: Gamespot

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