KFC is launching a game console that keeps your baby warm

KFConsole is part of a partnership with hardware maker Cooler Master, KFC said in a statement on Tuesday.

“The Bargain Cup-shaped machine features the world’s first built-in chicken chamber, which is equipped to keep its contents hot, ready for consumption during intense gaming sessions,” KFC added.

Your chicken will be kept warm thanks to a custom cooling system, which keeps the console hardware at a regular temperature, while using the heat produced by its components to heat the chicken room.

Other specifications include an Intel Walnut 9 Extreme Compute Element and two Seagate® BarraCuda® 1TB SSDs for storage, according to the Cooler Master website.
 "Chicken room" uses the console's heat and airflow system.

The console can manage virtual reality games and offers a smooth game due to the frame rate of 240 frames per second and the compatibility of the 4K display, according to the details published by Cooler Master.

“This machine is capable of running games to the highest level of specifications, in addition to keeping your food warm to enjoy during your gaming experience … what don’t you like?”, Said Mark Cheevers, PR and social media KFC UK & Ireland, in the company’s press release.

“If Sony or Microsoft want advice on how to design a chicken room for their efforts next time, they would be welcome to get in touch.”

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Intel (INTC) he said he had nothing to add to the details released by Cooler Master or KFC and that he did not comment on prices or release date when contacted by CNN. KFC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

This is not the first time the fast food chain has collaborated with other brands.

In February, KFC and Crocs announced KFC X Crocs Bucket Clog, a limited edition shoe covered in a fried chicken print. And in December 2019, the fast food chain teamed up with the artificial log company Enviro-Log to offer 11 logs of herbs and spices.