With the new KFC introduces a video game console, you can play in 4K at 240 frames per second and heat your pieces of fried chicken.
You purchase delicious chicken from KFC but play the console nicely, and it’s chilling. We’ve got good news if that’s the situation. The American fast-food chain featured a pocket for the breasts to keep your own video game console wet. It looks like a joke, okay? Yeah, it doesn’t happen. They have collaborated along with Cooler Master and other hardware giants on this initiative.
KFC is world-famous for its fried chicken created in 1939 by Colonel Sanders. However, they didn’t go into the realm of video games this year with rounds. To do that, they have launched KFC Gaming, a branch of their latest product within the company.
It is not a simple task to create a console, particularly if you are dedicated to the gastronomy industry. What’s the answer? Join the giants of business as the instrument not only delivers a harsh gameplay experience, it heats the chicken fried as you have fun. Some of the firms behind this special project are Cooler Master, Intel, Asus, and Seagate.
Specifications are not lacking in the unit. Cooler Master reports it includes an Intel NUC 9 Extreme inside and is regarded as the King of PC video games in the gaming world. And in the graphics portion, a removable Nvidia graphics card is installed, but the specifics are not available to us. It can deliver 240 frames per second and 4K resolution using this hardware. In addition, ray-tracing would be compatible.
The KFC console is a gaming computer.
Who can find all the above-mentioned specs in a gaming computer? However, one distinguishing aspect is the KFC proposal. Its special food heating compartment. According to Cooler Master, due to the natural heat and ventilation system, you can heat a fried chicken.
Although on the company’s website, they speak of a video game console, we are at the forefront of a PC with many power and quite particular characteristics. At the moment, the price and the launch date are unknown, although it would not be bad if, at the time of purchase, they include some pieces of fried chicken to put it to the test.