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Register Hardware has come across a chocolate bar that lets you take as many bytes as you want, without ever causing you to put on a single pound.

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Toblerone Sim: save contacts with the zero per cent fat chocolate bar

The Toblerone-inspired back-up device can store up to four Sim cards, thanks to its 32KB memory - although we don’t know if its capacity is spread out evenly between each triangular section.

Contacts can be imported onto the bar without it even being unwrapped connected to a PC. While the picture literally makes the gadget look like a real bar of Toblerone, we’re reliably informed that there’s an LCD screen somewhere on the bar.

The Toblerone Sim saver is available online now. Just don’t try and break off any sections when you’re peckish…

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