From out of left field, Nintendo has unveiled that it will be launching yet another mini console. This comes as a complete and utter surprise, but do not freight, BFN has you covered. Here are the five things you need to know about the upcoming mini console.
It Doubles As A Toaster Oven.
That’s right, the new mini console can also be used as a toaster oven. Fully equipped to handle all sorts of late night snacking. The specs on the toaster oven portion of the SNES are as follow
- Convection Heating – The powerful convection fan circulates warm air throughout the oven for fast, even baking. Plus, two rack positions for cooking flexibility.
- Digital Controls – Easy-to-use buttons provide precision control over time, temperature, and function: bake, broil, toast, bagel, pizza, frozen snacks, potatoes, cookies. The digital screen displays cooking information.
- 120-Minute Timer – The digital timer ensures accurate results. Set it for short jobs like toasting and broiling, or longer for baking. The oven turns off when the timer runs out.
- Removable Crumb Tray – Keeps counters clean and makes it easy to remove crumbs
It Comes With A Plaid Shirt
Included with every SNES, will be a random Plaid shirt that will enable you to blend in during your next outing.
It Is Capable Of Charging Your Smart Phone
Regardless of which smart phone you have, the mini SNES will be able to act as a wireless charger to your Smart Phone. Simply place your phone on top of the SNES and let magic take care of the rest.
It Will Require A Bottle Of Lotion
In some unfortunate news, Nintendo did reveal that the SNES will require some maintenance. In order to keep it running at its optimal 4k resolution and 60 frames per second, the mini SNES will require an entire bottled of lotion be emptied on to its body, each and every day. Nintendo will now be selling “Luigi’s Lotion” in order to meet this need.
You Will Not Be Able To Get One For Months
Scalpers will buy multiple consoles and resell them at outlandish prices on eBay. This will leave you out to try at least until Nintendo decides to stop production, in order to start working on its next mini console.
There you have it folks, the five must know things about the upcoming mini SNES.