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KFConsole: the winner of the console war?

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Written by charon
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Have you ever had to choose between finishing your game first or finishing your chicken before it gets cold? Well, you no longer have to make that choice! KFC, in collaboration with Intel and Cool Master, is going viral with their new game console with a built-in chicken warmer!

Fans weren't sure at first if this console was real or just a publicity buzz, but KFC has announced that their console is real and will be released soon. With a console like this, you can do everything from playing games, streaming your favorite series or movies, visiting a casino or just watching hours and hours of YouTube videos.

With a stylish design based on dark and red matte tones, the KFConsole presents a nice design. KFC jokingly warns their rivals PS5 and Xbox Series X to be careful this year, as a new player has arrived in the video game industry! The price has not been announced either, but fans are eagerly awaiting this revolutionary new gaming console. Promisingly, it would be ready for virtual reality, with 240 frames per second and up to 240 Hz output supporting 4K games. Admit it, buying a console that can run all your favorite games and keep your delicious KFC chicken warm is tempting ;)

"Don't risk letting your chicken get cold anymore with the patented chicken chamber. Using the natural heat and air circulation system, you can now focus on your gameplay and enjoy hot, crispy chicken between games." is what KFC promises its fans about the new game console.

Fast food giant KFC announces its collaboration with Intel and Cooler Master for this world's first gaming console with a built-in chicken warmer! The KFConsole is designed to keep your chicken warm, it has a uniquely manufactured cooling frame that concentrates the heat from the rack outside the chicken chamber which keeps the equipment cool and the food warm.

Everyone knows what KFC is. Founded by Colonel Harland Sanders in Corbin, Kentucky during the Great Depression, KFC is now one of the largest fast food franchises. The colonel began selling his first Kentucky Fried Chicken in 1952. Who would have thought that his fast food business would expand into the world of video games? What about Cooler Master? If you're not a computer geek or a gaming enthusiast, you may not have heard of this Taiwan-based hardware manufacturer. Founded in the 1990s, the company has been producing computer cases, power supplies, air and liquid CPU coolers, and computer peripherals for nearly 30 years. And let's not forget Intel, one of the world's largest and most beloved semiconductor chip manufacturers, as well as the developer of the x86 series of microprocessors. With the collaboration of these three giants, the console should be interesting to see.

The KFConsole was first announced this summer and caused quite a stir on social media. There was a lot of speculation that it might just be a viral marketing stunt for the famous fast food company. This strange feat of human engineering may be just what we need in these tough times.

When can you buy this console? The original release date for the console was set for November 12, 2020, but like everything else, the pandemic has pushed the date back and it is currently unknown.

And the price? All fans are wondering how much the new Colonel Sander console will cost. By analyzing the parts and specifications used to manufacture the final product, one could estimate the final price to be around $2000, not including additional costs.

"At Cooler Master, we are wired differently. We go way beyond the outside of the box to deliver top-notch performance with a touch of class. Our team of Mod experts, led by legendary Swedish craftsman "Timpelay," set out to build this awesome beast!

It's time to forget the console wars. No more Sony PS5 and other Microsft Xbox Series X or even Nintendo Switch, long live the KFConsole ;-)