Delicious, nutritious, greasy.
Up until today, fast food and controllers were not a good mix.
Grease suit or no grease suit.
I mean, just look at the evidence.
But that's about to change.
So this is the Player Unknowns Battlegrounds Xbox Wiles controller, and it's special for two reasons.
One, it's celebrating the release of Player Unknown's Battlegrounds as a full game, but also, it's grease proof.
Xbox Australia has coated this entire controller in urethane which is meant to make it resistant to that dust you get when you eat chips and also, of course, to chicken grease.
So we Gonna put it through its paces today and see exactly how grease proof it really is.
And when I say put it through its paces guys.
Don't judge me.
Grease proof, eh?
So it's not exactly science.
We weren't exactly sciencing it up in here.
But we did find out that the [UNKNOWN] Battleground Xbox grease proof wireless controller is not actually grease proof.
But it is grease resistant.
There's a lot of sauce that we got on there that Didn't exactly resist the source as such.
And the Cheetos dust, well, I think there's still some in there in bits and pieces.
But that's okay.
The truth is this is a PR stunt by XBox Australia.
They actually made 200 of these only.
So if you wanted to get an XBox grease proof controller you have to enter a competition ontheir Facebook page.
And that allows you to win one of them.
That kind of annoys me, because why not just make the X box controllers break proof in the first place?
It seems like such an obvious idea.
I don't know.
Anyway, I I've still got chicken to eat.
I'm Jackson Ryan, this is CNET.
We'll see you soon.