Forget having to buy a big memory card to store all your snaps in your digital camera. Sony's new Cyber-shot DSC-T2 comes with a whopping 4GB of internal memory, which is good for storing over 1,000 eight-megapixel photos.
For your $350 in the States, you also get a touchscreen, and a stripped-down interface with just four buttons on the back of the camera. But in terms of storage capacity, it outstrips the vast majority of its rivals.
More of this sort of thing! I'm fed up with cameras shipping with a poxy 32MB of memory, forcing you to splash out on a memory card before you can head off for some serious snapping. I'm also a big fan of lime-green gadgets, so the DSC-T2 is a winner all-round. Now, when's it coming out in the UK, Sony?
(via Sci Fi Tech)