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.