NTT DoCoMo has come up with a flute accessory for their handset in Japan, alongside a bunch of other equally strange add-ons (well perhaps to those living outside of the Land of the Rising Sun). Some of these mobile innovations include an ebook reader complete with a scroll-out e-ink display, a blood testing add-on for diabetics and the aforementioned flute which comprises of two pieces, resembling keys that are connected to the bottom of the candybar-shaped handset alongside a rather realistic metal part where you’re supposed to blow into.
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