SEGA wants to return to the hardware market with the Sonic Toaster

SEGA wants to return to the hardware market with the Sonic toaster, but to make that happen they’ll need to hit 1,000 pre-orders within the next 13 days. As revealed on yesterday’s Sonic the Hedgehog YouTube stream, shipping has expanded to include several European countries. The full list of countries include:

U.S., Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Belize, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany, Honduras, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Spain, and Sweden.

The toaster itself burns in a classic Sonic silhouette, and has a variety of settings from defrost to bagel. Check it out for yourself at the SEGA Shop!

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4 responses to “SEGA wants to return to the hardware market with the Sonic Toaster

  1. MDashK says:

    Oh yeah, sure… Include all Europe except Norway, Poland, Portugal, Luxembourg, Greece….

  2. Neal says:

    “Return to the hardware market”

    Ha-cha-cha

  3. Fabrice says:

    I can’t just change the plug and use it, right?

  4. Manton says:

    It’s just an icon with an old Sonic The Hedgehog logo on it. How cheap can Sega get?! This is a laughable product. I looks more like an antique than a worth more product.

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