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Motz Tiny Wooden Power Speaker

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2010

The latest offering from Motz is a new wooden portable speaker that will work with the iPhone, iPod, and other sources. It looks like a vintage transistor radio that just happens to be made of wood. It’s appropriately called the Motz Tiny Wooden Power Speaker.

The internal battery of the speaker can be used to charge USB devices that are plugged into the USB port. The speaker also has a SD card slot for playback of digital tracks. There’s also an integrated FM tuner with a built-in antenna. The unit only takes three hours to charge.

sWaP NOVA to arrive this October

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2010

We haven’t seen this one since April, but the sWaP NOVA keychain phone will finally hit the UK this October. It claims to be the smallest smartphone in the world at 68.5mm x 38mm x 16.2mm in size, while weighing just 43 grams.

That’s a touchscreen display and at that size it’s a good thing they include a stylus. Battery life is just 82 hours of standby time and 150 minutes of talk time. It can be charged via USB and you can still browse the Web via WAP.

SanDisk ships its smallest USB thumb drive, the Cruzer Blade

Posted in SanDisk by Conner Flynn on July 27th, 2010

SanDisk claims that its Cruzer Blade is the world’s smallest USB flash drive. We believe it. The drive is “about the size of a standard size paper clip and weighing approximately the same as a penny.”

It’s perfect for hanging from your keyring, when not getting lost in the folds of your couch and such. It’s available in capacities from 2GB to 16GB, with prices from $14.99 to $77.99. When they say small they mean small, just not in price.

SWAP Nova Keychain Phone

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on April 8th, 2010

Most of us just want the latest and most sophisticated phone available, but maybe some people are looking for an extremely tiny phone for extremely small talk. This SWAP Nova Keychain Phone is a 2G (GSM/GPRS) handset smaller than a box of matches. It’s made by the same people who do the watch phones.

It comes with a stylus, microSD slot and a recessed direct connect USB plug. You can hang it around your neck or on the key fob, and hold it to your ear to talk. It should arrive later this year for about £199.00.

Tiniest 1080p PC is silent, enjoys Doublemint gum

Posted in Home Theater by Conner Flynn on January 12th, 2010

Yes HTPCs are getting smaller and smaller. One day soon they will be the size of a flash drive, with flash drives being the size of a pebble. This crazy small PC has a Via EPIA-P820 Pico-ITX motherboard inside, and Via’s AMOS-3001 is the first PC to use it. It has COM ports and two USB ports on the front, and Ethernet, USB, and HDMI ports in back. It measures just 6 inches wide.

The 1.2GHz all-in-one VIA VX855 Media System Processor plays 1080p video as well. And yes the design is fanless, which keeps things silent. No pricing info just yet, but we should know more soon.

Thanko Microsports MP3 player

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on September 17th, 2009

Thanko Microsports MP3 playerThanko is well known for it’s crap gadgets, but every now and then they surprise us with something a bit more original and different. Thanko has now shrunk the MP3 player into a form as small as 16mm x 25mm x 22mm, weighing just 8 grams.

And you wear it in your ear adding some extra douche to your personality. A very thin cable will allow you to enjoy your tunes. The 2GB and 4GB models will cost you about $55 and $76, respectively. It could sport better looks, but some users are bound to appreciate it’s tiny size.

TEC’s Lingo mouse, another “world’s smallest”

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2009

TEC's Lingo mouse, another "world's smallest"TEC’s Lingo mouse might be a perfect little mouse for those small of finger and desktop space. It bills itself as the “smallest mouse”, at 27.5 x 60 x 19 mm and 0.8 ounces. The Z-Nano is actually smaller, but hey guys, size doesn’t matter that much does it?

This tiny pointer features 800 dpi, 2.4GHz with a range of up to 32.8 feet, and about 15 hours battery life with automatic shutoff if left alone for five minutes. We have no idea if it will make it to the states.

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Tiny wireless keyboard from Brando

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on April 26th, 2009

Tiny wireless keyboard from BrandoLooks like Brando has seen the Sony Vaio P ads and had a light bulb go off over their heads. But unlike the Sony Vaio P, this tiny wireless keyboard actually fits in your back pocket. It measures just 430mm x 145mm x 28mm, and weighs 326g.

With this mini keyboard you’ll get 56 keys and 26 hot keys and even a built in trackball and scroll wheel. Why ever be without a keyboard again? Some specs include: Built-in optical trackball and scroll wheel, Powerful office function with 56 keys and 29 hotkeys, Operating distance: 10 meters, Operating frequency: 2.4GHz Radio Frequency, FN: Num lock change function, Supports Window Vista/XP/2000.

EagleTec Nano 4/8GB flash drive is tiny

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on April 22nd, 2009

EagleTec Nano 4/8GB flash drive is tinyFlash drives are great and all, but most are long and get in the way, whether in your laptop or wherever. They aren’t a good shape and size. Well, the EagleTec Nano from Brando is small. Tiny in fact. This tiny USB flash drive will cost you just $33 for 8GB and $22 for the 4GB.

It sure is tempting. The speed is 15Mb/s read, up to 6Mb/s write. It can fit right on your key chain, so it won’t get lost. The whole thing is about the size of a quarter.

Tiny vintage Arcade & Pinball machines

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2009

Tiny vintage Arcade & Pinball machinesCheck out these awesome retro arcade and pinball machines. They’re made for your O scale railroad setup, because let’s be honest, most of your setup is outdated and could use a little gaming flare. The rest of us can use them to decorate our desks.

J & C Studios makes them and each 1.75″ tall game cabinet is a snap to put together. Really, they snap together from laser-cut black styrene, and even feature a place to put an LED bulb behind the screen so it can light up. They also offer decal kits for Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, Galaga, Centipede, Zaxxon, Phoenix and Defender.

Tiny backlit wireless keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on December 17th, 2008

Tiny backlit wireless keyboardYou might remember a few months ago when we told you about that small bluetooth keyboard that was great for iPhone typing. Well, this one outdoes it. And it’s great for the dark home theater. This new backlit model is barely larger than your hand, and runs on 2.4GHz wireless rather than Bluetooth.

It even has an extra USB port for a mouse if you don’t also have a wireless mouse. This looks like an awesome device for your dimly-lit movie sanctuary. However, using two AAA batteries, all that blue backlighting and wireless connectivity, may just drain all the juice out of the device quickly.

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Sony Ericsson Xmini Handset

Posted in Sony Ericsson by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2008

Sony Ericsson Xmini HandsetSony Ericsson has turned their latest entry-level music cell phone into a pocket-friendly device. It measures in at 75mm x 44mm x 18mm. Known as the Xmini, the handset will be available from KDDI and as you can see from the pic above, it’s a slider that hides touch sensitive buttons.

You get essentially the same features of a basic normal-sized music phone, they just managed to squeeze into the small device. Some of those features include Bluetooth, basic messaging, MP3 ringtone support and audio playback. Not really that big a deal, but it’s really cute tiny. Chances are we won’t be seeing it here in the US.

E-Blue Pequeno wireless optical mouse

Posted in Mouse by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2008

E-Blue Pequeno wireless optical mouseThis just may be the smallest mouse ever, just like they are claiming. You may even look silly using it. It measures just 38×68×28mm and weighs 35 grams. The e-blue PEQUENO from OTAS not only claims to be the smallest, but also the lightest wireless mouse available on the Japanese market today. The 2.4GHz mouse features three different resolutions (400dpi,800dpi and 1600dp) and a battery life of 21 hours. It’s compatible with USB 1.1 and 2.0 and runs on Windows ME/2000/XP/Vista or Mac OS X 10.2 and higher. It will cost you $63.

Korg has a tiny USB Keyboard

Posted in Musical Instruments by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2008

Korg has a tiny USB KeyboardI guess to Korg size doesn’t matter, since they’re flaunting their tiny USB keyboards. It’s Korg’s new line of nanoSeries USB keyboards, that measure just 320mm across, and are super slim too. The line consists of a tiny keyboard, synth pad and fader deck. All of the drum pads apparently perform just fine despite their size, though the faders seam cheap. Still, it’s perfect for the musician with tiny hands. The nanoKey will cost you about $90, while the nanoKontrol and nanoPad are both $109.

The Linux Space Cube, apple-sized computer

Posted in Computers by Conner Flynn on August 28th, 2008

The Linux Space Cube, apple-sized computerThis thing looks like it’s alien in origin, but it’s made right here on Earth. It’s the future people! It’s the size of a small apple. And they crammed a lot inside. A 300 MHz processor, 16MB of onboard flash memory, 64MB of SDRAM, and a 1GB CompactFlash card loaded with Red Hat Linux. On the outside, it’s got a single USB port, VGA, Ethernet port, RS232 port, and mic and speaker plugs.

The entire deal is powered by a 5V plug. But that’s not all. It’s also got a “Space Wire” port, which is a proprietary interface used by people like the ESA, NASA and JAXA, for when the Cube actually goes into space. Get it? Space cube. But it’s not just for space, you can get your own soon, “once a few technical issues have been ironed out”. They will retail for as much as $2,769.