Youtuber creates the Xbox Series X, made from LEGO, and fully functional

He built a personal body of video games made from LEGO bricks

Also last Friday (06) YouTube, which was in charge of the TronicsFix channel, posted a video showing how the Xbox Series X console was configured with an identical body to the original video game but made from Lego pieces. In addition to assembling the parts, he also had to adapt them so that all the components of the video game were used.

Build Xbox Series X LEGO Bricks! Yes, in this video I take a bouquet of LEGO parts and build a working LEGO Xbox Series X. It means not only building it, but also drilling holes for the buttons and ports, putting everything inside, and of course making sure everything worked when I finished.

Build Xbox Series X LEGO Bricks! Yes, in this video I take a bouquet of LEGO parts and build a working LEGO Xbox Series X. It means not only building it, but also drilling holes for the buttons and ports, putting everything inside, and of course making sure everything worked when I finished.

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Aside from arranging something box-like in the size and shape of the Xbox Series X, youtuber had to make some adjustments to make everything work normally. On the front of the console he made holes for the disc insert, the USB input, the power button and a few other buttons to install and make the video game work normally.

Still in the details of the Lego design, the creator carefully tried to replicate the green detail at the top of the console where there is air cooling. Using the green parts of the LEGO, he managed to create a similar effect, which is less noticeable than the original console, but still an interesting detail to note.

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In order for the console to work properly, it had to assemble all the internal hardware for the new case and even had a lot of glue to keep things in place. Externally, one of the only things it kept in its original form was the back of the Xbox Series X, which fits better on the rear connectors and makes youtuber installation easier. Because of the back, it hardly looks like it’s in the overall pile, which is why LEGO still dominates.

The result is really interesting and, most importantly, fully functional. At the end of the video the creator turns on the Xbox Series X and shows that the video game is working fine.

If you find this assembly interesting and want more customized Lego cases on the systems, you can take a look at the mini computer we built at Adrenaline, made from LEGO bricks:

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Source: TronicsFix

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