Super Nintoaster!

Super Nintoaster!

An enterprising modder has crammed a Super Nintendo into a toaster, helping to dispel a myth that case mods are for PC owners only.

Following on from the original Nintoaster, Richard Daluz decided that a mere eight bits simply weren't enough, and so went for the whole sixteen!

The Super Nintoaster is gleefully silly and if you're like me and have a spare SNES kicking around - that's right, a spare SNES - The Super Nintoaster might just be something that you want in your life.

In the words of William Gibson "The street finds its own use for things."

Source: Gizmodo

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I want. But I do wish it made toast.

That is pretty snazzy. I'd love to make my systems into a toaster. And yes, if it still made toast, that'd be pretty intense. But still awesome nonetheless.

...I want one.

But yes, I really do wish that it could still make toast...kinda seems like a waste of a toaster considering the SNES' value...

SomeBritishDude:
I want. But I do wish it made toast.

If you want a console that can toast bread, you need to get yourself an Xbox360.. hur hur

I'm so sorry.

I loved the 'Depth Perception Fail' part. Other than that... I was one!

nilcypher:

In the words of William Gibson "The street finds its own use for things."

Which William Gibson is that? The dead play writer or the Canadian cyberpunk novelist? (Guessing the latter. In which case, you have excellent taste!)

The Shade:

nilcypher:

In the words of William Gibson "The street finds its own use for things."

Which William Gibson is that? The dead play writer or the Canadian cyberpunk novelist? (Guessing the latter. In which case, you have excellent taste!)

The cyberpunk novelist, and thanks!

nilcypher:

The Shade:

nilcypher:

In the words of William Gibson "The street finds its own use for things."

Which William Gibson is that? The dead play writer or the Canadian cyberpunk novelist? (Guessing the latter. In which case, you have excellent taste!)

The cyberpunk novelist, and thanks!

Awesome. I'm currently working my way through his most recent, Spook Country.

I believe I'm in love... That grin at the end was EPIC!!!

That would rock so hard if it still made toast.
I want one.

including the nutritional value of wholesome grain!
lol jk

Soxfan1016:
...I want one.

But yes, I really do wish that it could still make toast...kinda seems like a waste of a toaster considering the SNES' value...

I think that's an insult towards the SNES, so I will respond with the proper belligerance and intollerance of a fanboy... or not.

Seriously though, I wish to ask you if the "SNES" value is a deridation, and if so, why? The SNES is my 3rd favorite system, and I am interested in your reasoning as to why. Also, I'd like to apologize for my formalness, but I am part of a global discussion online, and I have to be really formal in it, and I've been doing it for an hour, so I'm stuck in formal mode.

On to the video. I actually saw this a bit back (the day he posted it), because when I saw his video for the "Super Genintari," about a month after he posted it, I subscribed. Still great.

Nice dude, props to him!

Great vid, though i did like the NES one better seeing as you showed the the intricate details needed for building it, i do believe a glass of wine and a hammer was the tools needed...and it was awesome ^^

nilcypher:
Super Nintoaster!

An enterprising modder has crammed a Super Nintendo into a toaster, helping to dispel a myth that case mods are for PC owners only.

Since when were they Pc only? I have seen many console mods.
has nobody heard of 360 in a laptop?

That is fucking AWESOME

When he pushed the bread... er... game start button, I literally burst out laughing. Must. Have.

johnman:

nilcypher:
Super Nintoaster!

An enterprising modder has crammed a Super Nintendo into a toaster, helping to dispel a myth that case mods are for PC owners only.

Since when were they Pc only? I have seen many console mods.
has nobody heard of 360 in a laptop?

exactly. its more prevalent with the pc where you dont void your warranty and potentially kill your system, but i remember when my cousin was modding his n64 to look like bomberman back about a decade ago.

interesting use for a toaster

i remember spraypainting the Decepticon logo on mine

Ha! I favorited this after merely seeing the intro.

Too bad it doesnt make toast. But it is still awesome.

... I am so jealous.

wat

I want to play Castle Skeleton Whipper!

nilcypher:

An enterprising modder has crammed a Super Nintendo into a toaster

Thats nothing. The other day I saw a guy cram a Ps3 in a Microwave.

Hey, you set it up, I just rose to the punchline.

Next, I want a pair of glasses that folds out into a bicycle.

AndyVale:
Next, I want a pair of glasses that folds out into a bicycle.

I've already got one, now how do i see oncoming traffic.

People say to me, when are you gonna stop putting things into toasters, i say, when are you gonna start?, That was the best part for me, plus the smile just finished it off.

Man, that is awesome.

If I was alive when the SNES was around, I would so be doing this.

That was cool.

The "depth perception fail" gave me a good laugh. I wish I had the know how on how to reconfigure gaming systems into random stuff like that... I just don't have the time.

 

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