Microsoft EToilet Is The Shiznit

Posted: Jan 16 2007, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:47am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Microsoft eToilet is the Shiznit
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Lots of geeks out there like to crap on Microsoft and in what seems to be the classic case of “if you can’t beat them, join them” move good ol’ Bill rolls out the Microsoft eToilet. Now while you are taking a dump you can keep up with your web surfing on the integrated 21” screen while a built-in poo detector analyzes your core dumps.

Ironically with this thing next time you get a BSOD you can take a nice big memory dump on Microsoft. The display swings out on a hinge when the toilet is in use so you can use the computer without being a contortionist.Toilet functions are activated by touch and a proximity sensor is included to protect the display from spray during flushing somehow. A composition gauge will analyze your stool and offer web based dietary recommendations based on what you leave behind. This thing even has a delay mechanism to pervert flushing while someone is in the shower. Why couldn’t they do something really useful like have the toilet put the lid down itself? Story and image via Crunch Gear.

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