After a slight detour with some PMPs, low-end manufacturer DXG is getting back to its regular game of cheap but wholly unremarkable digital cameras, upping things to a full 7.1 megapixels with its new DXG-711 digicam. Apart from that more than adequate (for most) resolution, the camera will give you a 3x optical zoom, a 2.5-inch LCD display, a built-in voice recorder, and 32MB of internal memory -- it's not clear what expansion options there are, although DXG's other cameras have all had SD card slots. As you can see, the company also keeps things about as basic as can be with the camera's design. If that suits you just fine, you'll only have to drop $150 to call this camera your own.
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