This case will give KFC a lot of publicity, but it raises the issue of how do they prevent greasy food stains from getting on the components? Or does the food compartment not need cleaning?I was going to comment on why an Intel instead of an AMD, but then I remembered that Intel heats a lot better. I wonder if the heating tray will also work with hot pockets and KFC sandwiches too?
This would be a meme worthy Steam box; set a Hot Pocket, play some games, and your Hot Pocket will be ready after an hour's gaming session. Take a quick break to eat up, then get back to gaming, with another snack in the warmer for the next hour or two, when you get the munchies again. Heck, you won't even have to leave the couch if the side-table is a mini-fridge and the KFConsole connected to the TV via a long HDMI/DP cable.
if you dont clean it then you'd have massive bacteria and make urself sick.but it raises the issue of how do they prevent greasy food stains from getting on the components? Or does the food compartment not need cleaning?
It could be so, if it wasn't that they use the very low power NUC.I was going to comment on why an Intel instead of an AMD, but then I remembered that Intel heats a lot better. ...
Well, they do say it will have an "RTX GPU", so I would imagine there will probably be a decent amount of heat coming off of that while gaming. I wouldn't expect the exhaust air being hot enough to cook with though, and it sounds like they are describing it as a tray to keep food warm rather than an oven. Making it an actual oven would probably require airflow to be low enough where components would be overheating.It could be so, if it wasn't that they use the very low power NUC.
The performances (heating the food and gaming) would be much better using a combo of mini ITX mobo with a ~150W CPU and >300W GPU.
Sounds like someone has buyer's remorse from picking up a system without a food chamber. : PI disagree that it is a "joke" or a "Troll", It's just a blatant marketing stunt - one of many trying to "Get trending" based on the demand for consoles. The Cream-cheese PS5 I saw advertised on every single youtube video in October was real too, you know. It's just mildly annoying to see a fast food ad treated like actual tech news. All this chicken box needs is a clip of Pen Gillette trying to explain Google Trends to a drunk Dennis Rodman, and we'll have all the necessary components for an episode of the Celebrity Apprentice.
And, like always, I hope Tom's got paid a lot to repost this sad attempt at forced viral marketing.