This may sound heretical, but we don't think smaller is always better for gadgets. Especially if it means needing a magnifying glass to use them.
Take, for example, the Digital Cube Mini just released on the Korean market. It does what you want it to do: play videos, live TV, and music, as well as display photos and support e-books, according to Ubergizmo. And it's portable, that's for sure, measuring about 3 by 2 inches and a little more than a half-inch thick.
But is that a good thing? The cube's diminutive stature means that its screen is 2.4 inches. So if you're using it primarily to watch video, it might be tough to follow a crowd shot--not to mention keep from losing the device altogether. If we were going to go the ultra-ultra-portable route, we might just as soon get a.
(Photo: Akihabara News)