The IKEA Cardboard Digital Camera is Debuted at Milan Design Week

By: Anne Giesen - Published: Apr 26, 2012 • References: gizmodo.it & geeky-gadgets
The Swedish company handed out these inventive, but simply designed IKEA Digital Cardboard Cameras -- which bear the unmistakable IKEA look -- in press packs during the Milan Design Week. The cardboard camera is powered by two AA-batteries that are visible, but integrated very well into the design.

It has an internal memory card that holds up to 40 photos and is equipped with a viewfinder instead of a LCD screen. From in between the cardboard you're able to pop a small USB connector, which makes it very easy to empty your camera and see the results on a computer.

Since the digital cardboard cameras were a big hit in Milan, IKEA is now thinking of making the cameras available in its stores. Stats for Disposable Digital Cameras Trending: Older & Average
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