I was in an auto yesterday and I saw an advertisement for a camera from Sony. It said:
The world’s slimmest digital camera.
Samsung, supposedly, has the world’s slimmest digital phone. Panasonic claims it has the smallest phone.
Here’s what I’m thinking though–if you keep making things smaller, slimmer, and tinier, things are going to get misplaced easily. You can leave the small thing under a book or in a book and you’ll have a hard time finding it. Or, it’s so slim or so small, it’s hard to hold. You’ll have to dial a number or shoot a picture with your pinky or maybe your nails.
I have a hard time with my Nokia 1100 (a fabulous phone by the way) as it is. It’s nice and compact and pretty light. Every time I put my phone in my front pocket, I’ll forget (because it is light) and lean over and drop it. It’s a good thing that I’ve not leaned over in toilets thus far. With the world’s slimmest whatever, I could drop it and I wouldn’t even hear a sound.
Maybe that’s not such a good thing huh?