The Vitamin is a tiny MP3 player that combines our hobbies of music, gadgets and prescription-strength home pharmaceuticals into one.
Measuring 6.9cm long and about an inch in diameter, you pull the pill apart to unlock the controls, then twist forward and back to toggle tracks. We're a little confused how volume and 30 channels of FM radio fit into that control scheme, but we won't get too worked up on the technicalities. I mean, it's an MP3 player that looks like a pill. What else do you really need?
Despite the conceptual renderings and unique design, the Vitamin is actually entering production later this year—meaning that you'll be able to buy it from an unknown vendor for an unknown price some time in 2009. [Yanko via ubergizmo]