GamingReview: Venom Travel Kit for Xbox One

Review: Venom Travel Kit for Xbox One


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Here is our review of the Venom Travel Kit for the Xbox One.

A fully adjustable phone and controller clip (suited to most 4-7” smartphones and standard/Elite Xbox One controllers) gives players a pop-up gaming rig for xCloud gameplay on the move. A robust protective travel case and 700 mAh battery pack, protect gamers from damage and sudden loss of power. The kit also includes a 2 metre USB to Micro USB charging cable, and wouldn’t be complete without thumb grips. The Travel Kit is the perfect set up to game anywhere, any time.

What’s in the Box and a Closer Look

Using the Kit

Final Thoughts

With Microsoft pushing Project xCloud even more (that’s the ability to play your Xbox games away from home) you will want to have something to hold your phone safely whilst you play, and this is when the Venom Travel Kit comes into play.

The kit contains a battery pack (you can use that as a spare battery to your existing one), the holder which is easy to use (just pop your phone and your controller into it then adjust it for your comfort), some thumb grips if you want to use them and a charging cable for the battery. Along with all that there is a very nice protective travel case to keep everything in (including your controller). The kit works with a standard Xbox controller and also the the Elite controller.

This is must have addition to your gaming kit if you want to play your Xbox games away from the house and keeps everything safe and together for whenever you want to play, and you get quite a lot for the price!

The Venom Travel Kit for the Xbox One is available from the 3rd August priced £19.99.

You can learn more from the Venom website.

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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