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Chocolate Camera Looks Tasty, But Not Edible

 |  |  |  |  April 11, 2011


Maybe it’s because I have a horrible sweet-tooth, but for some reason, I’ve got candy on the brain today. Heck, even some gadgets are starting to look like candy to me. As a matter of fact, I thought I was looking at a digital camera, but all I see is a chocolate bar.

chocolate_camera_by_fuuvi

The Fuuvi chocolate bar camera is small enough to fit in your pocket – just don’t put it in your mouth unless you want a rude awakening. Plastic doesn’t taste very good. And chocolate apparently isn’t very good for taking photos – these little cameras take a very lo-fi 1.3 megapixel stills and only VGA (640×480) or QVGA (320×240) videos. Whaddya want from a bar of chocolate? It’s not a Nikon, right?

fuuvi_chocolate_cameras

In addition to milk chocolate, it’s available in white chocolate and strawberry chocolate variants. Mmmm. Strawberry chocolate sounds pretty good, although fresh strawberries dipped in chocolate would be better. A camera dipped in chocolate, not so much. You can get these tasty (looking) chocolate cameras over at the Four Corner Store for $40 (USD).



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