NES Briefcase Newest (Unofficial) Portable Nintendo Device
Find yourself in need of a portable 8-bit system that can make you look like a hip, on-the-ball, businessman from the 80s? Look no further than the briefcase NES. Need a few really awful "portable system" jokes? Look no further than this post. The new Nintendo ZS (get it? zero screens! HA!) is everything you could possible need for a long day at the office. Except controllers. And a television. And the applicable wires. And maybe a light gun if you want to play Duck Hunt. Maybe two, because the one of them only registers every other shot, but you're little brother isn't quite old enough to notice yet. Yup. A long day at the office. It's not entirely clear if this is an actual briefcase made from the hide of an NES that wasn't quite mobile (ha?) enough to get away from its attacker or whether someone just bolted a handle onto their trusty system, but either way, it's awesome and I want one. Not to play with or anything, but to put on my shelf and use as an excuse for ironically bad humor. The best use for anything. (via Everything Random)Read on...
But of Course: A Briefcase for Guarding Your Donuts
If you're going to make a briefcase for transporting donuts, you might as well make it a fully-featured labor of love: That, anyway, seems to be the thinking behind Doughnut To-Go, a suitably insane invention from Japanese curiosity company Strapya. Here's what you get from this $12 "Ultimate Gadget for All Donut Lovers!" *A "passive ventilation system" consisting of 23 spaced holes, supposedly ensuring donut warmth and freshness *A center hole of 102mm in diameter, the donut hole world standard which Strapya says it arrived at by studying "studying hundreds of different donuts that are available in the world"; you can also use this hole to store a lollipop *Space for a nametag *A security lock hole for a padlock, "to make sure nobody ... and I mean NOBODY takes your donut!" Diagram below:Read on...