Chocolate has been known to be a sanctuary to women for several reasons (a form of compensation for certain needs that haven’t been met, depression, obsessive compulsive behavior). Because chocolate knows how to leave its mark on a woman’s body, someone has thought of a way to control that with a digital camera.
The Fuuvi Chocolate Digital Camera from Japan has been designed in the shape of a chocolate bar (because “life is a box of chocolates” and “you never know what you’re gonna get”). The digital camera features a 0.3 megapixels CMOS lens, a 640×480 (VGA) resolution, a chocolate-type sensor with 30cm fixed lens for shooting, a built in rechargeable battery, a self timer, silent video recording, and everything is stored on the camera’s internal memory.
Images can be transferred on your computer by using a USB cable. The mini toy is supported by Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7. It comes in white, strawberry and milk chocolate color.
The Fuuvi Chocolate Digital camera can be a perfect gift for chocolate and photography lovers, for women and for children too. Just take a picture of their smiles with it!
It’s available in Japan for 32$ and in United States for 50$.