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Toshiba IK-HD1

 - Apr 6, 2008   Updated: Mar 31 2011
References: engadgethd
Toshiba is getting ready to present the world's smallest HDTV camera at the NAB(National Association of Broadcasters) Show later this month. Toshiba's IK-HD1 3CCD HDTV Camera measures just 1.6-inches and weighs 2.3-ounces.

Paparazzi and celebrity stalkers (what's the difference?) all over the world must be collectively drooling at the prospect of such a tiny, inconspicuous camera hitting the market.

Implications - Size matters in this world, only nowadays, it's about going small. Products such as iPods, laptops and phones are all produced as miniature items to provide convenience and portability for consumers. As technology continues to develop and evolve, it's likely that tech companies are going to pump out items that are even smaller than what's currently on the market.