Oddities: What if the PS4 was a really nifty handheld?

There are people who don’t have much free time – and others who have too much. One of these talented people is Ed Zarick, a self-taught engineer who may have abnormal amounts of free time, but is at least putting it to good use. Having previously designed the Xbook – an Xbox 360 handheld for the uninitiated – he has now created the PlayBook 4, which is exactly what you’d expect.

The briefcase-sized portable product features a 3D-printed plastic case, containing a PlayStation 4 inside. On its top half, it packs a 22-inch 1080p Vizio display, which is perfect for playing Destiny on the go. Strangely, you can buy one of the modified machines right now for $1,395.00, so if you have any cash to burn, you know what you need to do.

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We recognize that it looks very professional – although we’re not all that fond of decals – but we’re not sure why anyone would pay such a huge sum for the novelty of owning one of these. After all, if you really wanted a portable PS4, you could buy a Vita and take advantage of its Remote Play functionality, right?