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  • Zoom's Teeny Tiny Bluetooth Adapter


    While I’ll only be impressed if they release a Bluetooth adapter the size of a Tic-Tac, you folks might enjoy looking at this amazingly tiny little monster from Zoom. This is a 2.1 Bluetooth adapter that is about as big as U.S.B. plug. The 4322 sticks right into your U.S.B. port and hangs out, innocuously, waiting patiently for the Bluetooth mood to strike and strike it will, friends. Read More

  • Tiny keyboard with retractable USB cord

    Either this hand model has some serious glandular issues or that, my friends, is a tiny keyboard. The aptly-named “Super Tiny Keyboard” from Brando is probably aimed at keyboard-less UMPC owners? Maybe for in-car PCs? Whatever the case, it’s got a USB zip-cord, so whatever device you plug it into will have to have a working USB port – so cell phones and PDAs are out. Read More

  • Tiny Linux Space Cube: Oh boy, more stuff to misplace

    The future! Look at the size of this tiny Linux PC, wouldja? It’s nary larger than a small apple. What’s crammed inside, you ask? 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, there’s a single USB port, VGA, Ethernet port, RS232 port, and mic and speaker plugs. The whole… Read More

  • Intel's tiny, low-power processors now called 'Atom'

    Intel’s just officially announced its tiniest processor — the Atom, formerly codenamed Silverthorne and Diamondville. The chip will also be available as part of the “Centrino Atom” platform (codenamed Menlow), which will be “the Intel Atom processor, a low-power companion chip with integrated graphics, a wireless radio, and thinner and lighter designs.” Read More

  • Limepc: Little Linux, big possibilities

    The forthcoming Limepc and LimeOS represent the ever-shrinking “motherboard-on-a-chip” concept, allowing fully functional computers to run off of an integrated hardware board that’s smaller than an iPod Nano. The devices should be available in the US by the end of the year and will include varying versions of UMPCs, data-enabled HDTVs, thin-clients, smaller PDA-type devices… Read More

  • Redfly announces a sub-sub-notebook to be shown at CES


    The Foleo was, alas, a non-starter. The subcompact form factor, however, has a champion now in the form of the Asus Eee PC, and Redfly thinks that maybe the time is right for someone to take a shot at the sub-sub-compact. This thing is small enough to fit in your purse, guys, and although it’d be cool if it was running some kind of compact Linux distro, it’s got a custom OS that… Read More

  • Credit card sized video players or gigantic hand model?

    These tiny video players are available at ThinkGeek.com for $100 each. One’s got a 2.8-inch display and one has a 2.4-inch display. How do you like that? They’ve each got 2GB of memory and can handle AVI and MPEG videos as well as MP3 audio. They also have a built-in FM tuner, a speaker, text viewer, picture viewer, and games. How’d they do that?! Battery life lasts 3-4 hours… Read More

  • Smart cars coming in January. Would you buy one?

    These things are tiny. Ever seen one? They can parallel park lengthwise. Or widthwise. Whatever. Nose to the curb, is what I’m getting at. I’ve seen them all over Europe and they look like life-sized Micro Machines. They’ll be sold here in January for just under $12,000 and they’re supposed to get 40 miles to the gallon. Read More

  • Haier Boasts World's Smallest MP3 Mobile

    Haier’s newest mobile phone is a beast and good things do come in small packages. Why? It’s quite simple, really, the Elegance, as it’s dubbed, is a wee lil phone with a bundle of features that make it quite enticing. Said features include an MP3 player, FM radio, Bluetooth, games and up to 200 hours of standby. The size of the phone is compared to a Mars bar and that’s… Read More