Supposedly it is supposed to take all varying sizes (that fit) of lithium ion batteries. The idea is that you simply just push the toaster handle down and it’ll pop back up when it’s finished charging. There’s also a color-coded light on the side of the toaster charger so you’ll know when it’s almost done. Simply just a concept for a charger that you wouldn’t mind letting it sit on your desk. It also has a nice clean and simple design on it; making it aesthetically pleasing to look at.
Featuring a small dimension of merely 2.5cm×2.5cm×2.6cm and a light weight of 12g, the Chobi Cam One is the world’s smallest and lightest SLR camera.
Not only is the camera convenient to take around, you’ll find it have full functions too: it can shoot photos of 1600×1200 pixels and record video at the broadcast standard of 30 frames per second. The Chobi Cam One is currently available in Japan only and the price is about 9800Yen at JTT.
On this blog, we post photos of things we come across during our daily lives that catch our eye. It can range from how fascinating the object is or simply just amazes us. Our goal is to inspire others from these interesting finds. All of the photos with the "inspieration" logo are taken ourselves.