Fans of Volkswagen, particularly fans of the VW Microbus are going to love this toaster. You can’t just walk into a shop and buy one of these. This rare Microbus toaster was distributed through Volkswagen dealerships in Japan.
PaRappa the Rapper is one of the quirkiest games ever made. So it’s only appropriate for it to have an unusual merchandise. eBay seller xdeath_5 is auctioning off what he claims is a rare PaRappa the Rapper official Space Age Printing toaster.
A picture speaks a thousand words. It might be hard to discern 6×6 pixel images on your morning toast, but at least you’ll be able to get a headstart on everyone when it comes to the day’s newest images on Google with the help of the Image Toaster.
You know, when my toaster doesn’t get my piece of toast just right, I get really pissed off! OK, I don’t actually get that mad, but burnt toast is definitely an annoyance. Toaster tech hasn’t evolved much in the last century, but this smart toaster concept aims to take things into the 22nd century and beyond, at least for toast-making.
Even if you don’t know his name or story, chances are you’ve probably seen Domo-kun’s face. Which is also his body. And once you’ve seen him, it doesn’t matter if he’s the mascot of Japanese TV station NHK or a holy servant who kills baby animals.
Here’s a clever upgrade to the everyday toaster – a kitchen appliance that can burn the current weather forecast onto the face of your toast each morning. Designed by Nathan Brunstein, the Jamy is a conceptual design for a “smart toaster” that has a built-in weather application which could scorch the forecast into bread.
If only Nintendo would actually make stuff like this, my life would be complete. I mean, just look at how amazing this NES toaster looks. It’s an Nintendo Entertainment System that makes you breakfast. Best toaster ever.
I’m sure you have a thousand and one flash drives by now, but as far as gimmicks go, you don’t see USB hubs with matching flash drives that often. Too bad this toaster USB hub doesn’t pop the flash drives out when they’re ejected.
I don’t think finding space for a toaster has ever been, or would ever be a prevalent problem, but that’s because I’m fine with placing appliances on the floor if I have to. But if you live in a tiny apartment or room and have a sense of decency you might appreciate the idea of a collapsible toaster.
When you’re cramped for space, you start looking for alternative means and places where you can possibly put or even mount gadgets and appliances on. And in this day and age, we all know that smaller or lesser is better, at least when it comes to pretty much everything but televisions.
No one would skip meals if cooking implements were as fun to use as this defibrillator toaster looks. No one except doctors. The bread-reviving contraption was imagined by industrial designer/morning person/owner of an unusually large funny bone Shay Carmon.
Designer Hadar Gorelik set out to find a solution to a problem that’s plagued many hungry people in the morning: there’s never enough toast to go around, because most toasters can only take two, maybe four slices of bread at once.
If you’re like me, then the first thing that you probably crave for the moment you wake up (after brushing your teeth and taking a shower, of course) is breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day so it’s something that I rarely ever skip, even though I’m already really late.
deviantART member Mad Peitersen has created a series of illustrations depicting popular gadgets but with flesh and bones. Are these the opposite of cyborgs?
Peitersen says that his iPhone illustration in particular alludes to his amazement at how advanced smartphones have become.