This great small display might be the next big thing for smart phones or mini-tablets, which is the form-factor that could benefit from this incredibly small HD display technology.
But how small is it? Just 4.8 inches, that’s all.
This incredibly teeny tiny Rubik’s Cube was created by Evgeniy Grigoriev and it’s tiny. How tiny? How about 0.39 inches (10mm)! Now that’s extremely small and despite its diminutive size, Evgeniy solves the damn thing pretty fast.
LaCie today rolled out an unusual new USB flash drive, which is so tiny you can leave it plugged into your computer all the time and never notice it sticking out of the side.
The MosKeyto flash drive is just 20mm long, and 14mm of that is the USB connector – leaving just a 6mm stub sticking out of your computer.
You’d better hold on tight to this miniature digital camera that measures in at just about 1.73″ (w) x 1.14″ (h) x 0.47″ (d) and weighs only 14 grams. In other words, this thing is smaller than a box of matches.
I’ve got to give to the guy behind this LEGO build, it’s ingenious. If you love playing chess, then you should get cracking and build your own.
This incredibly small LEGO chess set was created by Flickr user Akunthita.
This little square box looks more like a makeup compact case than a mobile phone, but it’s definitely designed for making phone calls.
The compact K-Touch X90+ features an unusual twist-out keyboard that hides behind the screen of the square phone display.
Looking for a cool new keyboard for your computer? The new Miniguru might just fill the bill.
The design of the compact Miniguru keyboard strips down the computer keyboard to its primal essence, eliminating any extraneous buffer space around its perimeter.
Do you like to buy gadgets just because they keep getting tinier and tinier? Then have I got something for you! This weensy little wooden box is actually an FM radio.
Measuring in at just 1.45″ (w) x 1″(h) x 0.75 (d), the Motz wooden FM radio is the perfect radio for dollhouses, and people with really small hands.
If you’re looking for an easy way to project something off your laptop, then look no further. HP’s Notebook Projection Companion should satisfy your needs, in a really compact package.
The new LED-powered HP Notebook Projection Companion will project up to 60-inches up to 8.5 feet away.
Although it looks slightly like a sex toy, Suvil’s I-T Click Click is actually a mouse. Measuring only 3.4 x 1 x 0.8-inches, it’s so thin that you won’t need anything but your thumb and index finger to use it.
MAKE is calling this the world’s smallest R2-D2, and who knows? It might be. I’m not sure whether or not there’s a movement out there dedicated to fitting a beloved ‘bot into a tiny shell, but if there is, this guy’s creation may just be the champion of all time, since this R2 makes that AA battery he’s standing next to look pretty hefty.
You’ve been stealing glances at each other the whole night. All you see is that hot little number with the shiny red dress, everything else is black and white. She finishes her drink, and sashays off to the terrace, the light bouncing off her hips as they sway.
Next time you see a bat flying about the evening sky, you’d better look close to make sure you’re not being observed by one of these miniature flying robot bats instead of the real thing.
Researchers at North Carolina State University are developing a micro-aerial vehicle (MAV) built with a body structure that mimics a bat.
Pocket projectors are starting to pop up everywhere, but this is the first time I’ve seen one that’s designed to work so seamlessly with the iPhone and iPods.
Phonesuit’s upcoming MiLi Pro projector combines a pocket-sized projector with the practicality of a dock.
I recently had the opportunity to get my hands on the brand new BENQ Joybee GP1 mini projector and put it through its paces.
The Joybee GP1 may have a silly name, but under the covers this tiny little projector means business.
Sure, Christmas is almost seven months away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start getting in the spirit really, really early. Especially if you really, really love your retro video games.
I first eyed Hallmark’s keepsake Pac-Man holiday ornament back in December 2008, and grabbed one for my tree then.