The most immense of technologies start only from a small piece of hard work, science, engineering, and a lot of failures. But what about tech gadgets that are small in its making? The following information is on the Top 10 smallest gadgets people use worldwide.
1. SMALLEST COLOR-TV SCREEN:Can you believe that the smallest TV screen on earth is in the size of a postal stamp? The 1.5-inches display connects with any audio and video equipment by a usual RCA cable. You can watch videos from its tiniest screen like a Japanese miniature living room diorama.
2. TOSHIBA MICRO DRIVE:
The one-inch and 4GB micro-drive comes from the world-famous brand Toshiba. The fully-mechanical intuitive gadget needs to work on aerodynamics by the NASA engineers. The miniature drive is unbelievably affordable for its works.
3. SMALLEST REVOLVER:
The 5.5-inches revolver from Swiss is the tiniest and fires 2.3-mm bullets at the rate of 300-mph. Guinness World Record certified it as Swiss Mini Gun. As per US law, the smallest revolver gun is technically unclassifiable, and so it is still illegal for importing.
4. SMALLEST SOLAR VEHICLE:
The smallest cute car automatically moves when the sun shines, as you need not worry about inserting a battery inside it. The cost of the miniature solar vehicle is around $10. The solar panel, the electric circuit, and a power-motor are all tiny and make the car look cuter. The dimension of this vehicle is 3.3*2.2*1.4 cm only.
5. SMALLEST REFRIGERATOR:
The 25*15 micrometers refrigerator is from the NIST. The making of the tiniest fridge is by a standard metal, an insulator, and superconducting metals. When a voltage passes from electrons to its insulator and superconducting metal, the temperature in the normal metal drops and drains extra heat from nearby objects.
6. SMALLEST CAMERA:
The tiniest 35mm digital camera was from Rollei in the year 1962. The size may be tiny, but its functions are wholly under operation. It was the smallest existing cam on earth up to 1966 with its 35mm miniature viewfinder.
7. SMALLEST COMBUSTION ENGINE:
The tiniest butane-power combustion engine was from the University of Birmingham in 2001. The combustion engine aimed to run a laptop. But it became an alternative to fuel cell with for a 2-stoke motorbike.
8. SMALLEST BOOK:
A book is similar to a pinhead. The idea was from a publisher Robert Chaplin with the scientists Li Yang and Karen Kavanagh, from using gallium-ion beam and electron microscopes. The book is available in its signature edition. You can consider the smallest book as an intricate work of contemporary art.
9. SMALLEST CAMERA CHIP:
The smallest 2m camera chip from OmniVision is suitable for 3mm endoscopic medical uses. For a Cystoscopy, the tiny chip is an achievement to make you dewy-eyed.
10. SMALLEST PRODUCTION CAR:
The tiniest production car Peel P50 was from Britain’s Isle of Man in 1962. The vehicle was a Guinness World Record in 2010. The smallest production car has no reverse gear, but a handle at the rear allows you to use when needed to take reverse.