The "Space Cube" is currently the smallest PC in the world . It measures at 2.1" x 2.1" x 1.8". Its hard drive is actually a 64MB SDRAM card, and it is equipped with a LAN port, USB connectivity, and a monitor connector as well. This pretty much looks like a the cube based MP3 player MOBIBLU Cube player, but its better.
The Perific Ergonomic Mouse is designed to reduce repetitive strain injuries by varying hand posture . It can be used as both a conventional desktop mouse and trackball, as well as a wireless pointer. Its two sets of left and right buttons and unique design allow it to be operated in multiple positions. It sales for $119, least something you wouldn't pay to your doctor.
When WiFi hot spots are "meshed," they turn into a powerful, interconnected network that can blanket a campus, downtown or entire city with wireless broadband access. Mesh-enabled access points not only deliver WiFi to users, they also act as router/repeaters for other access points in the network. The result is a self-forming, self-healing wireless broadband cloud that reduces the cost of backhaul, deployment and system engineering.
You have heard of the Acer-Ferrari laptop and a while ago, there were rumors of the Asus-Lamborghini tie up. So, right now, the decided to release the Asus VX1 notebook It has a Core Duo 2GHz T2500 processor, Intel's 945PM chipset and the 3945ABG 802.11a/b/g WiFi adaptor, 1GB of 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM, a 120GB hard drive, a dual-layer DVD±R/RW optical unit, a 15" (1400 x 1500 resolution) screen, the Nvidia GeForce Go 7400 256MB graphics card. Expect the VX1 to ship at the end of this month. No pricing for North America yet, but expect it to be really expensive.
A company called Webaroo is expected to annouce a deal with Acer to sell laptops preloaded with a snapshot of the internet, in its 40GB harddrive. The internet cache is stored in an offline search. I believe this idea is not that much useful, especially getting your hard drive stuffed with all the unwanted information, since we all have Internet connections all the time.
If you think a 2.5 inch hard disc with 60GB capacity isn't small enough, try the Kanguru's 64GB Flash drive max, for $2800. It runs on USB 2.0 interface and boasts a 9MB/sec read and 5/MB sec write speeds. There are smaller capacity models, 32GB and 16GB, for $1500 and $800. About $100 for 2GB, that must be pretty insane!