When it comes to technology, more often than not, smaller is better. However, there are some gadgets that take it to the extreme. Check out this round up of some of the coolest, smallest tech around. These travel-friendly gadgets not only look good, but we've put them through their paces to make sure they can keep up with your on-the-go lifestyle.
The Neonode N2 isn't quite as small as the cell phone featured in Zoolander and its styling won't suit everyone, but you can't argue that this is one compact and sleek cell phone
It'd be great if you could carry your camera with you at all times to capture all the spontaneous moments of life, but it's no fun lugging around a bulky . Enter the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T70. This ultracompact digital camera packs impressive performance and image quality into a sexy little body.
The Asus Eee PC is great for on-the-go Web browsing and basic computing. As our laptop editors stated, it "offers an impressive package for portable Web surfing and basic productivity, as long as you keep expectations tempered; it's a near perfect choice for a highly portable second or backup laptop."
The Flip Video Mino is the fourth generation of Pure Digital's popular straight-to-Web mini camcorder. You won't get any high-quality videos here but for shooting, sharing and viewing low-resolution clips, there's no easier or more affordable way. All this in a thin, light, and small package.
The Synet Windy31 USB Wireless Router is not a router in the traditional sense. This small, USB drive lets you create a wireless network with access to the Internet from any one PC that has an Internet connection. It's a must-have for travelers who need to share their Internet access with different Wi-Fi devices.
We think our editor's bottom line pretty much sums up just how diminutive this player is: If you like your music playback simple and your device nearly invisible, the second-generation iPod Shuffle will suit you well. But absentminded users should steer clear of this easy-to-misplace player.