Turn Your Xbox One X Into The Original Xbox With This Xbox One X Skin

The original Xbox has a special space in hearts of Xbox fans and Microsoft which shows with Microsoft’s push for backward compatibility and Duke controller for Xbox One. However, if that isn’t enough for you then with this new Xbox One X Skin you can turn it the console into original Xbox.

Controller Gear is the officially licensed manufacturer of skins for console and controllers.

The skin manufacturer has launched a new skin for the Xbox One X that turns the 4K console into original Xbox, only in appearance btw.

According to the manufacturer, the skin is manufactured using 3M stickers which can be removed easily and they don’t leave a scratch on the console.

Since the skin is designed for the Xbox One X, it doesn’t interfere with the sensors and buttons as the manufacturer claims that the Skin is tested and approved by Microsoft. As for how much it will cost, this Xbox One X skin will cost you $ 29.99.

Speaking of the Xbox One X, Microsoft has been supporting the base model and the upgraded version with new features and content.

Keeping up with that trend, Microsoft has confirmed the Dolby Vision Support for the Xbox One that will allow Xbox One users to take full advantage of their HDR TVs that increases the immersions a notch.

While Microsoft upgraded the Xbox One with Xbox One X to make it capable of running games at 4K, however, the devs think that the CPU is the “Bottleneck” for Xbox One X.

This is according to Fazan Studios, who think that the Xbox One X CPU being a “bottleneck” for modern games and the tech associated to games is no secret and would love to see the Xbox One X CPU upgraded to lift the bottleneck.

The reason why the studio would consider the CPU to be a bottleneck for the console is that the GPU and memory saw significant improvements while the CPU saw marginal improvements as the base model features 1.75 GHz 8-core custom AMD CPU while the Xbox One X features 2.3 GHz 8-core custom AMD CPU.

However, Microsoft is also working on on the next-Xbox and the upcoming console from Microsoft might feature GDDR6 along with a new type of DRAM.

According to a job listing, Microsoft is considering a new type of DRAM and GDDR6 memory for the next Xbox iteration.

What do you think of the Xbox One X skin to turn it into the original Xbox? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.