Looks like the Xbox Series S toaster will be delivering next-gen snacks – GameSpot

Since the launch of its latest line of Xbox consoles in late 2020, Microsoft has offered fans some interesting products based on its new hardware. According to new images leaked online, Microsoft may be gearing up for an Xbox Series S toaster that uses its entry-level console’s signature design to deliver next-generation toast.

Discovered by French site Équipe Xbox (via VGC), the Series S toaster costs about $60 and comes with three toasting settings and a modern, removable crumb tray.

The device features a small round air vent that replicates the design of the Series S console and is said to be followed by a new line of Xbox products later this year, including branded boxes, ramen bowls, and more.

If the report turns out to be true, this will be the first major Xbox-branded kitchen utensil since the launch of the Xbox Series X Mini Fridge. Although this $100 fridge has a look that resembles the console it’s based on, only bigger to fit a few cans dubious power engineers – also very loud.

Pierce Harding-Rolls of Ampere Analysis has calculated that, in addition to his attempts to install the best-selling gaming devices in your kitchen, 18.5 million Xbox Series X consoles | S was sold out by the end of 2022. In addition to the kitchen, a very green Xbox controller has been leaked that will be on sale soon. Xbox fans can also look forward to the June Xbox Summer Showcase, along with other announcements until then.

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