In the hypercompetitive world of gadgets, someone is always coming out with the smallest this and the fastest that, so records in this category can be fleeting. The tiniest cell phone of 2000 now looks like it could have belonged to Godzilla. But take your best stab at these gadget records -- just pretend you don't know about the next big thing.
Just how thin is the thinnest computer keyboard?
- less than 1 millimeter
- 1 to 5 mm
- 6 to 7 mm
The Polaroid PopShot is the world's smallest instant camera. How much does it weigh?
- 7 ounces (198 grams)
- 8 ounces (227 grams)
- 9 ounces (255 grams)
How much cash would you have to come up with to buy the world's most expensive watch -- the Chopard Super Ice Cube?
- $1.1 million
- $1.5 million
- $2.1 million
The "Giant Knife Version 1.0" by Wenger has the most functions of any penknife in the world. How many things can you do with it?
The MPIO-One is the world's smallest multimedia player. How much does it weigh?
- 0.8 ounce (23 grams)
- 1 ounce (28 grams)
- 1.2 ounce (34 grams)
At an event called the Millionaire Fair in Cannes, France, someone paid the highest-yet price for a cell phone. How much did they cough up?
- $1 million
- $1.3 million
Panasonic unveiled a 103-inch plasma TV in 2006, setting a world record. When it's available, how much will it cost?
How many megapixels does the highest-resolution cell phone camera have?
How high can the world's highest-jumping robot leap?
- 30 feet (9 meters)
- 100 feet (30 meters)
- 300 feet (91 meters)
At what depth can the world's deepest diving watch function?
- 1,000 feet (305 meters)
- 6,000 feet (1,829 meters)
- 12,000 feet (6,400 meters)