This year at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Vegas they had a display of new technology and from some the picture I liked this one best.
Toshiba asserts that this is the world smallest hard drive (0.85 inches). Apparently the only way in the world to show how small something is, is to put it next to a quarter. If the US government ever changes the official size of this coin, companies making really small products could be in trouble. Toshiba officials told us that this tiny drive will show up in 2- to 4 GB configurations in cell phones, MP3 players and digital cameras sometime this summer.