Xbox toaster is an actual thing in the shape of a Series S

"I don't drink coffee, I take tea, my dear..."


You read that right, Microsoft officially released an actual Xbox Series S toaster. The two-slice burner first surfaced nearly a year ago, and now it has finally become a reality.

The latest specs confirm six shade settings, ranging from a light browning to burned to a crisp. Plus, there are three modes, including a bagel function, defrost, and cancel.

The toaster does appear near identical to its original counterpart. It even includes the same functional black vent found on the console. I guess it is safe to sniff this exhaust, just don’t over indulge. Admittedly, it’s a bit larger to accommodate your favourite English muffin brand, measuring 38.3cm x 11.6cm x 19.3cm. As a comparison, a standard Series S comes in at 27.5cm x 6.5cm x 15cm.


Rounding off, additional features include a countdown timer, removable crumb tray, and auto-centering guide. The latter is particularly useful because the toaster imprints an Xbox sphere logo on bread for that cool gamer aesthetic. Anyone else feeling a bit peckish?

The Series S toaster joins the Xbox Series X mini fridge and both were born out of meme culture. It’s good to see that Microsoft took the jokes with stride, and now I have to convince my wife that we need Xbox kitchen appliances. Grab yours at Walmart for $39.99.