A Look At Some of The Worlds Smallest Gadgets
I know for a lot of things, bigger may be better. But when it comes to many gadgets, companies are always trying to make them smaller and smaller. With the development of new technologies, we now have the ability to make some of the smallest gadgets ever.
Take the iPod Shuffle for instance. The Shuffle was a big deal due to it’s compact size and light weight, but don’t think it is the smallest mp3 player. In this post, we take a closer look at some of the world’s smallest gadgets.
- The World’s Smallest Solar Powered Vehicle
This is the world’s smallest solar powered car. The tiny solar panel powers and electric motor which turns the wheels. It measures a mere 3.3cm x 2.2cm x 1.4cm.
- One of The Worlds Smallest MP3 Players
This MP3 player is so small that people might think you are crazy when they see you jamming to headphones that don’t appear to be plugged into anything.
- The Worlds Smallest Color TV Screen
Usually a TV screen this small is not a good thing, but this TV screen from was developed to be used in a pair of TV glasses. The screen is about half the size of a postage stamp, and it is good for upclose viewing inside a pair of glasses.
- The Xun Chi 138, The World’s Smallest Camera Phone
This is the world’s smallest cell phone. It has a 1.3 megapixel camera, a touch screen with hand writing recognition, an mp3 player and GPRS capabilities. It weighs just 55grams and measures 2.64 inches in length.
- The Space Cube is The World’s Smallest Computer
This tiny computer by Shimafuji has a 300Mhz processor, a 1GB CompactFlash card for storage and 64Mb of DDR SDRAM. It also has a USB port, an Ethernet port, VGA output and jacks for headphones or speakers.
- The Worlds Smallest Personal Helicopter
The GEN H-4 is the world’s smallest one person helicopter and it looks like something right out of Mr. Gadget. It has a top speed of 59 miles per hour and it can fly for up to 30 minutes. The dual rotors are powered by 4 ultra small 125cc engines.
- The 4MM Thick 8GB USB Stick
It has a transfer rate of 30MB/sec. It can hold 8GB of data and it is “so small that I presume many people will lose it.”
- The World’s Smallest Robot is As Wide As a Strand of Hair
This robot is so small that it is “tens of times smaller in length, and thousands of times smaller in mass than previous untethered microrobots that are controllable.” It’s future applications may include inspecting and repairing an integrated circuit or manipulating cell tissue.
- The Worlds Smallest Camcorder
This camcorder is said to be smaller and lighter than many disposable lighters. It includes a 1GB Micro SD Card which can hold up 33 hours of video. It has an internal rechargeable battery that record for 2 hours on a single charge.
- This Bluetooth Adapter Only Sticks out 7MM
This USB Bluetooth 2.0 adapter is so small that it only sticks out 7MM when you plug it into a USB port. It allows you to connect any Bluetooth device to your computer or laptop. It’s so small that you can safely leave it plugged into your laptop all the time.
- The MicroNav: The World’s Smallest Mouse
At 10mm x 10mm x 1.4mm, this is the worlds most compact pointing device. In the future this mouse may be implemented in cell phones, PDAs, tablet PCs and GPS systems.
- The Worlds Smallest Mac
This hacked OQO UMPC is the world’s smallest computer running the Mac OS. It has fully functional WiFi, sound, power management and Bluetooth.
- The Mint V10: The Smallest Projector in the World
What you see above is the Mint V10, and this is the world’s smallest projector. It can project a 50″ image from 1.8 meters away. It measures 12.5cm x 5.5cm x 2.3cm and it has a LED bulb that is said to last 20,000 hours.