Yes, you read it right. KFC, for quite some time now, was teasing a gaming console launch on its Twitter account. Last week, the company pushed the launch of its ‘gaming console’ by a week, lowering our expectations.
Today, the company announced its KFC Console, for real. It wasn’t a publicity stunt!
Technically, it’s not a console as such. It’s a gaming PC.
KFC has partnered with Cool Master to launch a full-fledged gaming PC. Coming to the design, the console has a cylindrical black body with a red accent and LED at the base. The KFC console promises to keep your Chicken hot, while gaming at 4K 240 FPS.
The console has a chicken warmer in the front, to keep your chicken warm. The chicken chamber is separate from the rest of the PC, which sits on top of the console.
Coming to the specifications, KFC Console has an Intel NUC 9 Extreme Compute Element. The console features an Intel Core i9-9980HK processor, coupled with an Asus RTX graphics card. The GPU is swappable, too. For the storage front, the KFC Console has a 1 Terabyte of NVME SSD storage.
Well, that’s all the information we have for now. KFC hasn’t revealed the pricing (or availability) of the console.
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