Microsoft looks to produce Xbox Series X mini fridges

Microsoft is planning to bring in the Xbox Series X mini-fridges in the market. A couple of days ago, Microsoft Xbox has defeated Skittles in the final round of Twitter’s inaugural #BestOfTweets Brand Bracket competition, and especially for that we can take the arrival of the Xbox series X mini-fridges almost confirmed. Aaron Greenberg, Xbox’s marketing director, had posted a tweet on April 1st that if Microsoft Xbox won, the company would look to produce Xbox Series X mini-fridges. So, with that win, Microsoft will surely bring in some new Xbox Series X mini-fridges very soon.

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On the other hand, Aaron Greenberg, Xbox’s marketing director, posted that tweet on 1st April that’s why most of the viewers thought that it was a joke on April fool day. Later, Greenberg tweeted on this matter once again and especially told that this was not a joke. So, we can expect the all-new Xbox series X mini-fridges from Microsoft very soon.

Greenberg’s post-victory tweet says, “we will move forward on our promise to make those Xbox Series X Mini Fridges”.

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The final opponent of Microsoft Xbox, Skittles will receive the first unit of these Xbox series X mini-fridges.

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However, in 2020, Microsoft first unveiled its Xbox series X refrigerator but unfortunately, those were only giveaway units and were not sold in the open market. But this time, Microsoft looks to change its mind and will launch the mini-refrigerators for open selling in the market soon. As of now, it is not confirmed by which time the Xbox mini-fridges will get launched and will be up for sale, right now, those may be in the production phase. We don’t have any idea regarding the specifications of the new product, but whenever there is something new, we’ll keep you updated.


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