The Toaster PC
Adam Bertram's classic modification of a desktop system into an actual toaster won’t give you perfectly browned bread in the morning, but it does offer a great way to hide a kitchen PC in plain sight.
The specs aren't particularly impressive--the system is built around a VIA M9000 motherboard, and offers 40GB of storage and 512MB of RAM. But it also offers an internal TV tuner, a DVD drive, and a wireless network card to keep cable clutter to a minimum. You won't get much heavy lifting done, but the Toaster PC is a novel approach to fitting a low-power, wireless computer into a tight space.
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