Xbox creates custom The Chainsmokers Xbox One S, and it could be yours

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The one-of-a-kind console features a multi-layered acrylic display with miniature pixels that illuminate it to create a 3D effect.

Special edition consoles are usually bundled with a specific game and colour scheme, but once in awhile, a truly one-of-a-kind special edition console comes along. Xbox has teamed up with a popular duo and created The Chainsmokers Xbox One S complete with LED lighting that reacts to music and sound.

“We were really pumped to work with Xbox on this project and help bring our music to life in a new way, by combining it with the best gaming console in the world,” said The Chainsmokers. “We knew the team would do something amazing, but when we saw the custom Xbox One S for the first time, we were both blown away by how cool the design is.”

The console features a multi-layered acrylic display with miniature pixels that illuminate it to create a 3D effect. The Xbox One S uses a thumbnail-sized USB powered microprocessor to convert sound into a real-time, dynamic light show.

Known for such tracks as “Paris” and “Closer,” as well as their collaboration with Coldplay called “Something Just Like This,” this latest collaboration by The Chainsmokers with Xbox can be yours. How? It’s easy. Just reply to the tweet below and tell The Chainsmokers why you want to win the custom Xbox One S.

The Chainsmokers Xbox One S is just the start of one-of-a-kind Xbox One consoles as Xbox is planning on more “that will pair fan-favorite celebrities and brands for a truly unique Xbox experience.” The giveaway runs until September 17th and is open to legal residents of the 50 United States (including the District of Columbia) or any Xbox Live supported region, and be 14 years of age or older.

What do you think about The Chainsmokers Xbox One S? Is the design a hit or a miss? What would you do with it if you win it? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

  Source: Xbox Wire
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