Notepad Toaster: This toaster incorporates a little message board where one can read quick notes. You can scribe notes on the message board over the toaster, and the message gets "toasted" onto the toast itself. Its created by designer Sasha Tseng.
Scantoaster: This toaster by designer Sung Bae Chang can print the news, weather forecast and photos on the bread. All you need to do is connect it into a USB port, and place the bread and select what you want on the toast.
Portable Toaster: It "has a graphic user interface that shows how well the bread is toasted and how long it has been in with animated pictures."
Pop Art Toaster with 6 Design Plates: With its 6 interchangeable plates you can toast images onto your bread.
Starwars Toaster: It toasts your bread with a picture of Starwar's character.
German Toaster: Captain Jack Sparrow wouldn't have missed this one for the world.
Zuse Toaster: It's a compact toaster that can be attached to the wall. Inspired by a dot matrix printer, it toasts 12 x 12 pixel images onto the bread.
5.25 Inch Bay Toaster: It accommodates in a standard 5.25 drive bay and requires USB port and 4 pin Molex power connector.
Transparent Toaster: A toaster made of glass; neither hides the bread, nor its preparation. It's really cool looking.
The PlayStation Toaster:
Six Part Toaster: Creation of designer Matt Gossington, it "rotates and heats the toast in single compartments. The compartments lift from the main assembly and swing open to allow the toast to keep warm and crisp on its hot plates."
Ceramic Toaster: This design by George Watson from UK won the 1st price at the Ceramics for Breakfast Competition.
Nahamer T450: Designer Penny's toaster is 20% faster and uses half the energy of a standard 900W toaster.
Cassette-deck Style Toaster: Designer Arthur Wu's cassette-deck style design reminds of the gone by 1980s technology.
Transparent Toaster: It allows the users to see the bread while it is toasting, the concept seems to use two transparent heating glasses for bread toasting. Though it isn't fully functional, but they're working on it.
Braun Toaster: It's a part of Braun 2009 collection, which consists of a toaster, music player and mobile phone by designer Joe.
Siemens Toaster: Porsche Design creates this sleek and streamlined toaster.
Mool Hood Toaster: Designer Atil Kizilbayir's toaster gets your bread done side ways.
Triplo Toaster: It's a unique concept design, "designed to toast separate pieces of bread in between the modules, so the unit would be both a toaster and a toast rack."
Clear Ceramic Toaster: In this one you can see the bread while it is toasting.
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