Oh, hang on, you can’t pick one up – it’s just a concept product from designers Chocolate Agency. But if it was on sale, you’d want to pick it up more than a cheap chocolate bar with an Antarctic bird on the front. Promise.
P-Per is a concept handset made of just four layers: a printed circuit board, extruded polycarbonate, recycled titanium and a wraparound LED touchscreen. Using just four elements means it’s more eco-friendly, apparently.
However, it looks the business too, particularly with that touchscreen. The handset would also be just 7mm thick yet include a three-megapixel camera. Oh, and it would take two minutes to recharge. Now they’re just being silly…
(via Yanko Design)
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