Tiny Tech: Mini gadgets and super compact cameras

Tiny Tech: Mini gadgets and super compact cameras

Summary: Downsizing your devices? Grab some miniature tech accessories for macro - geeks


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  • 1Gb USB drive

    Shown next to a US quarter coin for size comparison.

    Credit: WebTech Geek

  • Vanguard MCC 42 Keychain Memory Card Case

    Holds up to 6 SD memory cards.

    Credit: Amazon

  • SEGA Arcade Nano: Sonic - Plug-N-Play Keychain

    Includes 10 games.

    Credit: Rakuten

Topics: Hardware, After Hours

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  • Mini model =/= mini gadget

    While they are amusing to look at, the minature models from Sebastian Vargas really don't belong on this list. They are just that: models, not a "tech accessory." They don't work.

    If you look at the source for the Mini Gameboy (5 of 12), you see that the "display" is just a sticker on the card you slip into the Gameboy body.

    I'm sure there are a lot more interesting miniature real devices out there that would be worth mentioning before putting someone's doll-house toys in a story recommending items for people interested in "Downsizing your devices".