KFC Launches A 4K Next-Gen Video Game Console That Keeps Chicken Warm

While many industries were struggling to survive 2020, the world of video games saw one of the most profitable years of all time — and there are no indications of that slowing down. Perhaps the biggest indicator therein might just be releases like the Bud Light koozie-projector console and this, the newly-unveiled and aptly-aptly named KFConsole.

Like its beer-inspired counterpart, the KFConsole — built in collaboration with Cooler Master — is more of a marketing stunt than anything else. However, it is entirely real and even boasts some pretty impressive specs. That includes the ability to produce 4K imagery at a rate of up to 240 frames-per-second, courtesy of the included Intel Nuc 9 Extreme Compute Element. It also features an ASUS GPU with “a first-of-its-kind hot-swappable GPU slot,” dual Seagate BarraCuda 1TB SSDs, and — because it had to have something chicken-related — a built-in heating chamber for your favorite KFC snacks. According to rumors, the KFConsole may actually go on sale, but the price may float somewhere in the $2K realm and there has yet to be an officially-slated release date.

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