XCM Chrome Xbox 360, From Drab to Fab(ricated)

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We can't speak for everyone here, but our home theater just isn't looking tacky enough lately. Luckily there's this XCM-branded chrome Xbox 360 case replacement for HDMI-enabled models to help us reach our geek quota. Running about $60, a set of four will only set you back $240—a nominal cost to have the most unique, sought-after rims on the block. Unfortunately, the hard drive cover isn't included, nor is a new skin for your controller. Those will set you back $25 and $30, respectively, meaning that this little joke gets expensive real quick.

Illustration for article titled XCM Chrome Xbox 360, From Drab to Fab(ricated)
Illustration for article titled XCM Chrome Xbox 360, From Drab to Fab(ricated)
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Chrome in the living room is IN ya'll. Have you been to the Crate and Barrel on Madison Ave or the Apple store next door for that matter? That city block is blinding madness!