From the design duo Chambers Judd:
Developed as a protection against dust which was particularly
threatening to early microprocessors, the Gesundheit Radio sneezes every
six months to expel potentially damaging material from it‘s interior. A
bellows system extracts the dust from inside the unit, blowing waste
from two nostrils located on the front.
The Gesundheit Radio is part of the Attenborough Design Group, a
fictional organisation charged with investigating the use of behaviours
found in nature to defend products from threats in their everyday
As an aside, Gesundheit is one of two German words most Americans
learn in Kindergarten. The other is “Kindergarten”.