Super Nintoaster — It's for Breakfast Now!S

The Nintendo toaster modder is back at it, deiivering a Super Nintoaster that is part of your nutritious breakfast, assuming you already serve nutritious breakfasts in your home.

Modder Vomitsaw (I went back to the original source on this, just so I could share that word with you) on the Ben Heck forums gets the credit-slash-blame for this one. It carries on the proud tradition of his original 8-bit Nintoaster.

On a personal site, Mr. Vomitsaw describes its construction.

Built from nothing more than a Super NES, a toaster, four different types of adhesives, magnets ripped from a broken hard drive, six orange LEDs, a bunch of resistors, plexiglass, and many many spare wires. Not too dissimilar from my previous toaster, only this time the temperature comtrol knob DOES serve a purpose! If for some reason you feel the need to adjust the brightness of the orange LEDs, now you can. I'll admit though, it does seem to take issue with my copy of Super Mario World 2. The game seems to randomly glitch and ultimately freeze at certain points, then lose my saved game. It could be my copy of the game, the length of wire used to relocate the cartridge slot or a combination of the two. I'm not too concerned about it though because it was able to play every other game I tested in it flawlessly, including Super Metroid which I was able to play through from start to finish without issue.

Here's a video showing its creation. You know what this inevitably means - the Mister Coffee N64.

Projects - Super Nintoaster [Stupidfingers via Engadget]