HP launches skinny cam. Get slim at the press of a button

<via Backinskinnyjeans Blog>


A pretexting spy on their board and some lovely accomodations reserved for some members at the local federal camp hasn’t stopped HP from innovating.  Was the big leak about the new HP digital cameras with “Slimming feature” ?

Back in Skinny Jeans blog notes:

On top of Madison Avenue and plastic surgery fueling our beauty obsession, let’s not forget the tech industry. We already have the fabulous Photoshop diet. But hey, there’s big bucks in beauty so why shouldn’t HP get a piece of the action?

With the new feature, absolutely anyone can get skinny-fied by the press of a button. In our lovely example above, this young lady is back in her skinny jeans in less than a minute. You can decide how dramatic an effect you would like, and then skinny cam will show you before and after pics so you can decide which to save.  Hmmm, I wonder which picture will get saved???


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