A rather simple, mostly fully automatic 1.3 Mega pixel digital still camera. You can tweak some automatic settings, but you don't have any real manual controls beyond selecting macro or normal lens focus (beyond those two options, it's a fixed-focus lens; which does make it quite easy to get shots that are nearly always in focus). It's, pretty much, the modern replacement for the old, simple, instant Polaroid cameras that printed their own pictures. Many of the photos on this website will have been taken using this camera.
If you're wondering why this picture looks much better quality than the pictures of the other cameras, here's why: This picture is a digitisation from a $20,000 professional triple-CCD video camera under a studio light. Whereas the pictures of the other cameras were taken by this one, using its internal flash, which is front-on (that sort of thing doesn't work well with reflective objects, especially ones very close to the camera).