This is toaster Rights, not Cool Stuff That Has to Do With toaster.
A product (a toaster or a smart phone) reveals itself immediately.
The toaster oven is great--convenient, fast, and keeps my kitchen from going to 800 degrees in the summer.
Sous-vide machine, vacuum sealer, stand mixer, Thermomix (used to be a food processor), toaster oven, and stick blender.
Hot this week: “A toaster takes a stand against inappropriate peeping!”
This type of toaster was followed a little later by an upright toaster (Fig. 8).
Hogstaff had followed all the way, and so had Mrs. toaster, to plead for them.
This meat they usually broiled; not on a broiler or a toaster, but upon slats or strips of wood placed above the fire.
Mary Frances took the hint, and turned toaster carefully over.
The barrel was willingly emptied to honour the queen, and the toaster lamented he could honour her no more.
1. The archetypal really stupid application for an embedded microprocessor controller; often used in comments that imply that a scheme is inappropriate technology (but see elevator controller). "DWIM for an assembler? That'd be as silly as running Unix on your toaster!"
2. A very, very dumb computer. "You could run this program on any dumb toaster."
See bitty box, Get a real computer!, toy, beige toaster.
3. A Macintosh, especially the Classic Mac. Some hold that this is implied by sense 2.
4. A peripheral device. "I bought my box without toasters, but since then I've added two boards and a second disk drive".
This is not usually to be taken literally but, to show off the expansion capabilities of the Risc PC, Acorn Computers Ltd. built a seven-slice machine (which they called "the rocket-ship") and installed every imaginable peripheral. In a spare drive bay of the top slice they installed a toaster. This machine was exhibited at various shows where it attracted attention by occasionally ejecting a pizza.