Xbox fridge: unmissable discount from Gamestop

Xbox fridge: unmissable discount from Gamestop

Xbox fridge

Finally, one of the most sought-after Xbox collectible products ever is back: we're talking about the fantastic Xbox Series X mini fridge, back available on the GameStop website at a price of only € 89.98. This is an absolutely unmissable article if you are a lover of the next-gen Microsoft console or collectors.

We are talking about one of the brand's marketing ideas, nice and autorionic, which in a very short time transformed into a collector's product particularly loved and sought after by enthusiasts. We would like to clarify that, given the high demand, it is more than recommended to complete your purchase before the available units are exhausted.

The mini fridge has a capacity of 10L and can hold a maximum of 12 cans, using 2 additional shelves to insert food or snacks. In addition, each shelf is removable and adjustable so you can customize the space in the most comfortable way for you. Thanks to the 2 power levels, the product is able to cool down to -20 ° C compared to the external temperature and is also equipped with LEDs on the upper wall and on the Xbox logo that you can decide to turn on individually.

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This Working Xbox Series X Is The Size Of A Fridge

Not to be confused with the very real Xbox Series X fridge from Microsoft, engineer and YouTuber Michael Pick has built a giant, working Xbox Series X the size of a refrigerator. In a video uploaded Monday that documents the process of building the giant console, Pick says the massive system stands at over 6.82 feet tall and 3.41 feet wide--and weighs over 250 pounds.

Although it's essentially just a wooden frame and housing for Microsoft's official Xbox Series X console, the system--which was donated to the YMCA Youth and Teen Development Center in Atlanta, Georgia--took several weeks to build. According to Pick's video, the most challenging part of the build was getting the curved top of the console right, which alone took tweeks and '[really] helps this build come to life even though nobody will see the top' since it's so tall.

The build also includes a few tweaks to the official design, such as additional back connection ports and other details on top. When switched on, the giant frame sends a signal to the Xbox Series X inside, which sends a signal to an Arduino microcontroller, which then tells a motor to turn on the actual console inside. (Last year, Pick also made another working curiosity, a monster-sized Nintendo Switch.)

If you couldn't possibly see the use for a nearly 7-foot-tall console, American Girl still has a set of miniature Xbox accessories including a teeny-tiny Xbox Series X, and even smaller copy of Ori and the Will of the Wisps.

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