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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.
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.
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.