The folks at MSI seem to be keen on pushing the envelope of product design lately. At CES, they had the odd, but sort of useful computer-in-a-projector concept. This week at CeBIT, they apparently have the MSI Toast PC — a computer that, as far as I can tell, looks like a toaster.

The Toast PC is a nettop with slim, toaster-like design. The slot-loading DVD drive at the top loads a disc sort of the way a toaster loads bread. There’s also a remote control that you can snap onto the side of the computer for safekeeping — and more of that toaster illusion.

I think I liked the Projector PC better.

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7 replies on “MSI’s latest PC is Toast”

  1. “There’s also a remote control that you can snap onto the side of the computer for safekeeping — and more of that toaster illusion.”

    So Brad, your toaster at home has a remote? You really ARE the tech guy!

    1. My guess is that Brad’s toaster does not have a separate remote;
      It is probably Bluetooth tethered to the egg poacher and/or coffee maker.

  2. You guys ever heard of that story of the guy who found a peanut butter & jelly sandwich that his kid crammed into his VCR?

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