A word to the wise: If your kid gets a fancy chocolate egg during the family's upcoming Easter festivities, you may want to check the label before you sneak a bite. And if the golden box it's in is marked "Advanced MP3 Players," then take extra caution, or you may find yourself chewing on the Inovix IMP-11 player waiting inside.
Sure, the 128 MB of memory and 8-hour battery life don't exactly make the IMP-11 a sought-after item among digital audiophiles, but did we mention that it comes encased in chocolate? Music and chocolate for $40? What's the catch?
Admittedly, a chocolate-covered MP3 player may not be ideal for those still trying to make good on their New Year's resolutions, but there are certainly other players out there with more serious health implications . Me, I'll take as many vices as a product can throw at me.