Whether your passion is modding or playing the Xbox 360, these custom gadgets combine the best of both worlds, aside from the PC. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for first picture in gallery.

xBot

Want an easier way to increase your Gamerscore without having to put in hours of play time? Look no furthur than the xBot, an automated device that “utilizes two rotational solenoids driven by a TTL (Transistor to Transistor Logic) controller.” If only this robot worked for all the Xbox 360 games, unlocking achievements would be as simple as the push of a button.

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Xbox 360 PC

Xbox 360 owners who have a broken system(s) laying around rejoice; the console can be used not only as a tissue box alarm clock, but also as a functional PC. It features an Intel P4 processor (3.0-GHz), 512MB of memory, 60GB HDD, and 8 x USB ports. By cutting out the rear panels and using the original disc drive cover, this creation seamlessly integrates the Xbox 360 with PC goodness.

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SIXAXIS 360 Controller

The SIXAXIS and Wiimote aren’t the only controllers with integrated tilt functionality. In a nut shell, Ben Heck basically “stripped the innards from a PS3 controller, worked his PCB-bending magic, and somehow ported the functionality necessary for gaming on a PlayStation 3 into an Xbox 360 controller.”

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Xbox 360 Elite Laptop

Why settle for a standard Xbox 360 Elite when you could build a portable, Halo 3-inspired version? That’s exactly what Ben Heck did. This masterpiece features a 17-inch widescreen LCD display, 120GB HDD, HDMI port, integrated speakers, keyboard, and two USB ports. Though not very practical, it would definitely come in handy when encountered with televisions sporting no A/V input (hotels, etc.).

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