That's why we've produced a definitive list of the world's smallest must-have tech in our new issue of Stuff magazine.
And it's also why we've introduced a new nano-sized edition of the magazine, available exclusively at WHSmith's travel outlets and airports in the UK. We're now officially the world's smallest gadget mag, as well as the world's best-selling. (Don't worry, we're still planning to have our Biggest Issue Ever later in the year).
Look at it: it's tiny (admittedly my oversized sausage fingers create something of an optical illusion, but nonetheless it really is small).
Now I'm not one to coo over technology, but if I were I'd be gently stroking the MoGo Dapter (£12 from our friends at Expansys) while baby-talking in binary.
Despite its diminutive stature, this is a fully functioning USB 2.0 EDR dongle. My only task now is to find a laptop that doesn't come with Bluetooth built in...