Sorry, you can't eat this chocolate camera

The shooter's specifications are underwhelming, but the Fuuvi camera will definitely complement NTT Docomo's Melty Chocolate phone.

Fuuvi Chocolate

When we laid our eyes on the Fuuvi Chocolate digital camera, we were immediately reminded of NTT Docomo's Melty Chocolate phone unveiled last year. Maybe the Japanese have some fascination with having their gadgets and eating them too.

The shooter's specifications are underwhelming. Photos and videos are captured by the 0.3-megapixel sensor at VGA quality and stored in the onboard memory, with no option for storage expansion via memory cards.

The Fuuvi weighs 1.3 ounces and measures 2.3 inches by 1.6 inches by half an inch.

That said, the Fuuvi camera makes for a cute keychain, and will definitely complement the Melty Chocolate phone. The shooter will be available in Japan come January, and is set to retail at $32.40.

(Source: Crave Asia via

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