'Disposable' Digital Cameras Hit the Market

When disposable cameras first hit the shops they were seen as one of the ultimate manifestations of the throwaway, modern age. Of course, they never were 'disposable' but instead should have been thought of as recyclable. The disposed-of camera was simply loaded up with film and sold onto the next shopper. Now we find digital cameras being sold as disposable with the Washington Post reporting that CVS drugstores sell two models in this category, a $10 basic version and one that costs $20 and has a small colour display.

Source: TechSmec


Posted: Sun - June 12, 2005 at 11:10 AM