Tech Toys You Can Fit Into Your Pocket

We're a big believer of the saying “big things come in small packages” and the aphorism applies to gadgets as well. As a lover of all things small and cute, we're always delighted to find the next small gadget that still packs a lot of power in terms of functionality or usage. When your workspace is small like our own, it’s nice to save room with small gadgets – plus they look so cute. Ikimono 110 Camera ($19.95): We're suckers for cameras that can take retro looking pictures, and if you throw in some cuter characters on the film and camera itself then we're completely sold. Ikimono cameras are darling cameras with a one click shutter packed with 110 film. The films can print 3 x 5 or 4 x 6 sized prints for a lot of adorable fun.

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Belkin Timer ($9.99): This power outlet plug-in by Belkin not only looks good, but is very nifty as well. You can time when you want the power turned off to whatever device you have plugged into it.

Foxl Speakers ($169): With extended bass, good Bluetooth streaming and amazing sound, these Foxl speakers pack a lot of punch for speakers that fit in your pocket.

FitBit ($99.95): For the health-conscious, it’s nice to keep track of the calories you burn and distance traveled throughout the day. That’s what some Tamagotchi’s were able to do. However, unless you’re 12 or under you probably want something a bit more sleek. The FitBit is a fitness and sleep tracker that is slim enough to clip on your belt, pocket or even your undergarments.

Chobi Cam One ($112): If you’re a more serious photographer, you might want to consider the Chobi Cam One. Although you won’t get DSLR quality photos, this little camera can take VGA video and still photos at 1600-pixel by 1200-pixel resolution, and supports up to 32GB. You can even change the lenses – not bad for such a small nugget of a camera.

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Motz Mini Wooden Pet Speaker ($39.99): Handcrafted from apricot wood, Motz mini speakers are highly recommended for looks and function. Simply plug your iPod or mp3 player into the dog and it automatically turns on to play your music. The dog-shaped speaker comes with a little collar so you can attach it to things like key rings or lanyards.

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