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Ikea Knappa the eco-friendly digi cam

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The Ikea is furniture retailed based in Sweden. The company has recently comes up with its eco-friendly digital camera made of card board. The new device makes parts of Ikea’s PS at Home Project. Named Knappa, you can take around 40 snaps from this camera and then throw it with either recyclable product at home. The camera is not for a sell but a give away to Ikea’s customers through different stores across the globe.

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