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April 24, 2010 // 10:23 pm - This weekend the XCM Team let us know of their XCM VBox2 Advanced alongside some videos, which essentially is a Notebook PC VGA Box that enable video game play on a laptop, netbook and desktop.

Features include: Fully Compatible with Xbox 360™, Wii™, PS3™/PS2™, PSP 2000/3000 series™, Xbox™ GameCube™ or any device with component output.

You can record gameplay, movie or take a screenshot of the gameplay to the hard drive so you can edit, use it as a wallpaper or record your gameplay for analysis.

Compatible with Window 7, Window Vista and Window XP.


1) Crystal Clear Picture Screen.
2) Supports USB 2.0. Plug and play. Does not require any configuration.
3) Supports Streaming Video. Can be stored in multiple formats including: (MPEG-1/MPEG-2/MPEG-4/AVI/VCD/DVD/SVCD).
4) Supports multiple picture file formats such as JPEG and GIF.
5) Supports multiple input formats such as (NTSC/PAL/SECAM).
6) Auto playback allows you to store in game action to your PC/laptop.
7) Display settings can be adjusted such as Brightness/Contrast/Image Sharpness/Fullness/Color.
8) Supports Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP operating systems.

Those interested can check out the videos below!

Videos: XCM VBox2 Advanced - Notebook PC VGA Box Arrives

Videos: XCM VBox2 Advanced - Notebook PC VGA Box Arrives

Videos: XCM VBox2 Advanced - Notebook PC VGA Box Arrives

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#4 - caixaveloz - April 26, 2010 // 2:09 am
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pretty design.. i like it, but about the price?

#3 - zeruth - April 26, 2010 // 12:56 am
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I could definitely go for one of those... thanks for the heads up.

#2 - sk8r8sht - April 25, 2010 // 10:15 pm
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I wonder if its possible for me to use this with nvidia 3d vision to get 3d for my existing ps3 games or other systems.

#1 - CodeKiller - April 25, 2010 // 7:51 pm
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But how much does it cost?