Alcohol and gadgets: A great combination (sometimes)

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The Bev-Cam camera flask

Some people understand the value of discretion — and the Bev-Cam is just the thing to wet your whistle if you fall into this camp. The Bev-Cam is a 145ml flask that looks like a digital camera, complete with a label claiming an 8.1-megapixel resolution. (We're sure there's some joke we could make about the need for optical image stabilisation after a few drinks.) Quite frankly, we're waiting for a version based on the Nikkon D3x digital SLR.

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