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Yummy Link: Tcho Chocolate .10

Wired magazine cofounder Louis Rossetto is taking on a new project and this time there are no flashy bells, whistles, or technological advancements. This time it's all about chocolate. His new company, Tcho, is currently testing limited-edition beta bars — aka version .10 — at $4 a bar (you must be able to pick them up in person from the company's headquarters in San Francisco). — Tcho

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geohiker geohiker 8 years
I'm not clear on what makes these special, but I have spent $4 for good chocolate bars before. If I'm in SF I may try them!
cybele cybele 8 years
Are you going to pick one up and try it? I'm bummed I missed the offering when I was in SF.
mamaseacat mamaseacat 8 years
$4.00 a bar? Not even worth my gas money to drive into the city. Oh, well. I'll wait until it's done with it's testing.
tkoblondee tkoblondee 8 years
So when it is officially on the market how much are they going to charge per bar?? It better be good!
Tech Tech 8 years
In tech talk, beta is a term used for describing the pre-release version of a product (usually you see this when a new website or application launches). As with anything else in its beginning stage, there is always a chance for glitches and bugs to be ironed out. In the case of Tcho chocolate, lets just hope there aren't any bugs to remove! ;) Once the bars are tried and tested, they'll then evolve out of their "beta status".
cadillacrazy cadillacrazy 8 years
It takes two days for them to fulfill your order.
BRANDYNICOLE730 BRANDYNICOLE730 8 years
What exactly makes it a Beta chocolate?
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