KFConsole has "Chicken Chamber'; reuses the heat to keep your chicken warm"

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"Moving forward from our initial teaser campaign earlier this year, we're so pleased to finally give the fans exactly what they wanted; making the KFConsole a reality" said KFC UK & Ireland's Mark Cheevers. It would be a good product for CES 2021, if it were a physical show, with the aroma of fried chicken luring punters in.

And of course, there's the patented built-in "chicken chamber" which utilises heat generated by the system to keep fried chicken warm and crisp. The chain squawked onto Twitter today as the proud new producer of the farm-fresh melding of cuisine and console gaming you see here.

Birds will likely be angry when they hear the newest evolution in KFC's ongoing quest to chicken-scratch out its next viral claim to fast food fame: Frying up a real video game console that can play actual video games - all while keeping your tenders all warm "n" toasty. The company is yet to reveal anything about the price or release date of the console. The developer added that it utilized the console's natural heat and airflow system, so players can focus on their gameplay while enjoying "hot, crispy chicken between rounds".

Based on the Intel NUC 9 Extreme Kit with a 9th gen Coffee Lake processor, Cooler Master has designed a custom NC100 chassis that resembles a KFC bucket.

Announced on twitter by their official account, the console will be VR ready upon launch, able to reach 240 FPS with up to 240HZ output and is 4K compatible, with some serious hardware inside the machine. Yes, it's powered by Intel. The CPU is clubbed with an Asus powered graphics card that runs smoothly and keeps tearing and restricts frame drop. Booting games up in seconds and instantly access data while loading games.

The newly launched KFConsole is capable of offering the following features which seem to be fascinating for gamers.

RAY TRACING: Rays of light individually simulated creating true to life shadows and reflections that will immerse you in selected games more than ever before.

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