Rina Chan voices Princess Celestia FOR REALZIES by

...IN A TOY



This just in from DrawnCon in Boston. Behold "Raspberry Pi-lestia".
 A "hacked" Pink Princess Celestia toy that was presented to Hasbro executives, with a Raspberry Pi computer inside. The voiceovers were replaced with RinaChan vocals, that we were not able to hear because the audio was busted at the time of the auction.



According to the auctioneer, for the first time, Princess Celestia's uterus actually has WiFi, and the owner can now record his own audio and have it play using the toys structure.

The auctioneer claims that the Celestia Computer was created during "Hasbro Hackathon" which is an event aimed at creating innovative new toy products.

So this is officially a thing that exists: a Hasbro-event Celestia toy that makes Rina Chan sounds when you use it. It sold for over $100 at the auction.

Inform slashy.

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Comments (9)

  1. Hey, your HTML is showing on the home page. Where it says "behold Rasberry Pi-Lestia", that second quote doesn't appear and instead you can see the " tag. Maybe it doesn't show up like that on your conputer but it does on my phone.

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    1. I was trying to say you could see the quot tag but it turned into a quotation mark.

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  2. Is that DudeBro in the left corner of the picture? If so, I didn't know he had a bad case of Ginger-vitus on his face.

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  3. Rina Chan strikes me as a self important Tumblerina
    Tell me am I wrong in this assumption?

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  4. What is the sginificance of this?

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    1. The significance of this is that it is significant

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  5. Holy shit, they used Raspberry Pi, a whole fucking computer, to play a couple of prerecorded phrases? What a waste.

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  6. And the worst part? It wound up in the fucking lost and found.

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  7. Finally I can have my toy Celestia with a voice of Pat from Two Best Friends Play. All is right with the world.

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