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Following the Xbox Series X fridge, next up is reportedly the Series S toaster
The appliance is said to be planned as part of a new range of licensed Xbox products
Images have emerged claiming to show a licensed Xbox Series S toaster.
According to the images, the ‘Series S Toaster’ will cost 60 Euros and feature three toasting modes. The kitchen appliance sports a white shell and large circular ‘vent’, in the style of Microsoft’s entry-level console.
According to French site Xbox Squad, the licensed appliance will release this year, and it’s planning to sell the device itself, with pre-orders open now.
The Series S toaster is allegedly part of a new wave of licensed Xbox gear, including Xbox Ramen Bowls, RGB mouse pads, storage boxes, pen holders and more.
If legitimate, the Series S Toaster will follow up 2021’s Xbox Series X Fridge, which is still available at retailers for around $100 / £90.
Created in partnership with Ukonic, the Xbox mini fridge holds up to 12 cans of drink. It also includes a USB port for charging devices and comes with a DC power adapter so that it can function on the go.
Recently, an analyst firm estimated that Microsoft has sold 18.5 million Xbox Series X and Series S consoles since they launched in 2020.
Xbox doesn’t tend to release console sales figures unless significant milestones are reached, meaning there are no official figures for how Xbox Series X and Series S systems have performed.
However, in a newly published review of the console market in 2022, Ampere Analysis’ Piers Harding-Rolls estimated that 18.5 million consoles had been sold by the end of last year.