Xbox Series X mini fridge pre-orders open next week

Shawn Knight

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In a nutshell: Microsoft’s Xbox Series X mini fridge will be available to pre-order starting next week ahead of global in-store availability in December. Assuming there are no shortages, it's safe to say that it'll be easier to find a mini fridge resembling an Xbox Series X than the actual console this holiday season.

Shortly after Microsoft revealed its Xbox Series X in late 2019, memes on how the console resembled a miniature refrigerator started pouring in. They gained so much traction that even Microsoft got in on the action. And last October, the company presented Snoop Dogg with a full-size replica for its birthday and hosted a giveaway for another unit on Twitter.

The chatter didn’t die down after that, so the following April, Microsoft promised gamers it would put a miniature version into production should the company beat out Skittles in a Twitter best brand competition. Microsoft won and is keeping its word.

The Xbox Series X mini fridge was created in partnership with Ukonic. It boasts surface features and LEDs made to resemble the console, including a matte-black finish. Inside, you’ll find two door shelves for snacks plus room for up to 10 cans of your favorite beverage. There’s even a USB port on the front of the fridge to charge your devices and a DC power adapter so you can take the fridge with you on the go.

Pre-orders open October 19 with in-store availability slated for December 2021 at several global retailers. Microsoft is working with Target in the US as its exclusive retail partner. Pricing is set at $99.99.

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VitalyT

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Last item on the bucket list for any crazy gamer - to get one of these, fill it up with energy drinks, and have a nice and quiet heart attack while playing on your Xbox.
 

Kosmoz

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Last item on the bucket list for any crazy gamer - to get one of these, fill it up with energy drinks, and have a nice and quiet heart attack while playing on your Xbox.
You forgot: *drink them all, than have a nice quiet heart attack while playing on your Xbox.

Other than that you nailed it. :laughing:(y) (Y)
 

Dimitrios

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With these odd MICROSOFT actions with WINDOWS 11 and this my only theory is that maybe the car fumes are getting to the employee's. Is there parking lot outside of the building or under it?

What's the deal with them these days?