That is my favorite thing I've seen so far. It's a tiny, tiny, tiny, but working blender for when you're just a little bit thirsty. World's smallest dance dance revolution. Oh, it's like those big arcade machines that you actually dance on, but here you'd be dancing with your fingers. The V13 smallest voice recorder with an extra 1% off. AliExpress, you shouldn't have. I didn't know there was a Sphero Mini. I remember really wanting the full size version when that released. And that was already pretty small. But I think it's fair to say this is gonna top the last video. The time has come. Some of these are even tinier than their photos. So let's test them from pretty small to extremely small to absolutely minuscule. Starting with the nano 3D printer, which is somehow the biggest product in this entire video. So we can import basically any 3D model that we find online. Oh, this is perfect. Okay, so you click play there, it'll start. Yeah, that's gonna take a while. We'll come back to it. Okay, console time. So here's the PlayStation Mini.
This feels strange. PlayStations aren't meant to be this small. No way. It looks like a toy.
In fact, let's just unbox all of our consoles and then test them together in one go. So here's the Sega Mega Drive. What on earth? The controllers take up two thirds of the box. And this is the console. Man, it looks like something straight out of an 80s movie. And then the SNES, which feels particularly unusual given that I just unboxed the full size SNES for my video on every Nintendo console. My goodness.
Okay, the size differences versus the originals is absolutely insane. And literally every single detail is preserved. Even these tiny little dots. Oh, you can't eject discs like you used to. That really was half the fun. But the reason for that is that none of these consoles come with the original hardware 'cause that's like 20, 30 years old at this point. And so you can't just stick a PS1 CD in it and expect it to work. They're instead all running modern chips and then using software to emulate the originals. The upside of this though, is that they all come with games preloaded onto them.
The PlayStation has 20, the SNES has 21, the Sega has 40. And they're even upscaling the graphics to look sharper than they used to. Like it feels retro, but it also kind of feels modern. I mean, this Sega is every bit as sharp as a modern day console. Isn't it wild to think that one day there's gonna be a PlayStation 5 this size? Okay, moving down on the sizing ladder, we have our washing machine. Ultrasonic Turbine Wash. It definitely torques the torque.
Ah, but let's see if it walks the walk.
This is so tough. So first we put the turbine part of this on the inside, fill it with water, little cleaning tablet. And now this is the towel that we use to clean Milo when he's covered in dirt. Enjoy. And now we just need some power. Wow, it is absolutely going for it. Let's drop it in. Oh, it's like I've got a live creature in my bath. Okay, moment of truth. That's actually quite impressive. I'd say it's got rid of 80% of the dirt. Let's see how our printing's doing. That is so intricate. It's a really phenomenal resolution printing for a printer this small. Any idea what we're printing yet? Now, what do you do if you ever make just a teeny tiny bit of a mess? Use world's smallest blower and world's smallest vacuum cleaner. Are you okay? So excited to get inside.
I'm trying to be careful because if you know this type of packaging, you'll know that it can literally slice your finger off if you're not careful. Great for all those kids who'll be buying these. So we need to make a little bit of a mess. Let's see if I can blow it off me. Oh, hey, not bad. Blower Simpson. Doesn't get rid of everything, but it gets the surface level stuff. Come on. It's moving, I think. Hopefully this fares better. Oh, it does pretty much clear everything. It can actually suck fine. It just doesn't have enough room inside of the reservoir for all of this flour. So right now, I think some minds are about to be blown because it is time for our even tinier gaming gadgets.
This'll also be the first time I'll have ever used a Dance Dance Revolution machine. Just don't think I'm confident enough to whip those moves out in public. That is bonkers. We've got world's smallest Space Invaders handheld. It's literally like the size of a credit card.
Oh, the controller is cool. So it kind of looks like the buttons and the joystick are almost normal size. They've just trimmed everything else. Oh gosh, deadly plastic packaging strikes again. I am pumped for this one though.
Wait, this isn't actually gonna work, is it? We're now getting so small, but just being able to turn these gadgets on is starting to feel like a feat of engineering. So surreal. Seeing all of this set up and ready to use. So you scroll through and pick a song and then you just tap the buttons in time for the rhythm. Hey, I'm not bad at this. It says I'm perfect. Oh, it's booing me. Okay, this controller is officially awesome. There's no shoulder buttons, there's no double joysticks, but because most phone games are pretty simple anyways, it works.
The buttons feel shockingly high quality. Plus, you know, it's smaller than a pack of mints. This handheld is far too thin to have any right to be a working console. It says I have zero credit. Do I need to add credits? These retro games are deceivingly difficult. I would just love to be able to travel back 40 years in time and hand this to someone who won't have played Space Invaders on anything smaller than them. And then here is our Atari 2600. This is a console that when it released back in 1978, was this big. And now, just look at it. I actually can't believe what I'm seeing right now. This joystick is completely functional and it's letting me pick between nine full Atari games. This tiny little button works. The screen is swivelable. And even the resolution is shockingly high for the size. I really want to give whoever made this a really big hug. So I just realized the other day that we also just so happened to have ordered everything we need for a midget desk setup. We've got a desk lamp. You might've realized this already, but I get weirdly excited for light related gadgets. So you can completely articulate the arm. Cool. A lava lamp. This reminds me so much of my time at university. I remember trying to turn my room into this next level setup and being so proud of this lava lamp that I was using as the centerpiece. Got a wireless mouse. My hand is going to engulf this entire thing.
A jukebox. The idea of these normally is that you put a coin inside and then you pick a music track for it to play. I don't even think there's room for a coin in here.
And then the piece de resistance. The forever pen. What is going on here? Based on the box, I thought it was going to be at least twice the size of that. Well, I've done my homework. So essentially the body of this is made up of titanium and the tip of a silver compound. What this means is that when you write with it, it's not using up any ink like a pen or graphite like a pencil. You're actually creating a chemical reaction with the surface, oxidizing it, and therefore leaving behind a mark. All right, let's get some lights off. Okay, desk lamp on. Hey, not bad. Let's get the lava lamp going. It's got a little button that you press at the bottom to push up the liquid. It's not a bad recreation of the effect. Jukebox on. So it's basically just a mini radio. Let's also bring in the tiny MacBook and the tiny, tiny iPhone from our last video. This is actually making me feel like a giant. And it's time to use this forever pen. I'm kind of nervous about this. I feel like it shouldn't work. It does. It's kind of got the rough texture of writing with a pencil, but it's just knowing how it actually works makes it so fascinating to see it. And this thing has quite a lot of advantages. It can write underwater on pretty much any surface. It's smudge proof. It's literally an inch in size and it attaches to your keys. Speaking of which, we also ordered this voice recorder.
Don't know how I feel about this one. That is not big. It's apparently got a denoising algorithm built inside of it. Or should I say denoising? And to be fair, it is alarmingly effective. Like this thing has no lights. It makes no noise. There's no vibration. And it can still hear me even if I put it down here in my pocket.
That is, if we've actually managed to turn it on. We'll find out in the edit.
I'm actually getting really hungry.
I feel like I would do bad things for an ice cream right now. I've got to say, the size of everything here is absolutely delightful. What the actual? I have studied textbooks with less detail than this. Okay, forget that. I've got an idea. Okay, double cream. Let's get that into a bowl. That looks so nice.
And would you look at that? We just so happen to also have a mini electric whisk. Is it gonna be powerful enough though? That's the question. Three, two, one. That is not bad. Every time I touch the bottom, it stops. It's really struggling with the viscosity of the cream. But we will make this work. It's literally... Oh my God. Guys, we have a problem. Don't think this mini whisk is the one. So we take one of these tiny little cones, we grab our tiny little scoop. Now we get a tiny little scoop. Tell me that's not the cutest thing you've ever seen. Oh, and you can record me eating it using our tiny camera. Okay, you ready?
Is that what battery tastes like? Disgusting.
I think this is my favourite segment yet. And it's not just that we're getting even smaller, it's also that these are the toys. These are the fun ones. So for example, there's the Sparrow Mini, which is basically a smart, programmable ball. Wow. A really, really tiny ball. It's actually surprisingly pacey.
Milo, you got a new friend.
Oh, Milo is your friend. But there's more. If I go into the settings tab here, there's a whole load of different ways to steer it. So there's tilt controls. It's like a video game merged with real life. So the ball actually came with these bowling skittles inside of it. Let's see if we can get a strike. Oh, so close. It's a cool feature though. There's one here called scream drive. Touch and drag to steer, make noise to accelerate. What? This is so bizarre. I don't understand. Why would you ever want to do this?
This is a real water gun. It doesn't seem like there's any trigger on it, which kind of makes sense because the entire gun is the size of my finger. So I guess you just pump. That didn't work. Let's try that again. Oh!
That was powerful! Did I hit you?
- Yeah, I think I hit one.
- I thought it was empty. That's payback for the flower. I can't believe the power. That is aggressive.
I have to admit, the yo-yo is not one of those playground toys that I ever quite mastered. It was always more of a Beyblade guy. Okay, here goes nothing.
I'll stick to Beyblade. I remember always wanting a proper remote control heli when I was younger. This is a dream come true. Kind of. So if you're wondering what on earth we've been building this entire time, this is a helipad to land it on. I don't think I've ever seen something this intricate made by a 3D printer. Considering the size of that, I am blown away. This is the model it's based off of. If you look at the software, you can see that the colored parts in the middle were actually the structure we were trying to build. All of this blue stuff around is just scaffolding to stop it falling apart. But it looks kind of nice, so we're gonna use it anyway. I actually can't believe we spent an entire day printing that. Let's hope it was worth it. Oh, oh! I have no control over this aircraft. Come on, come on, come on. Slow and steady, slow and steady. Yeah, I'm just realizing now that there is no back button. I think there's only one way to do this. Sorry, I have to come to this.
Alright, Rubik's Cube and Etch-a-Sketch. They have really outdone themselves here.
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