ThinkTiny is the brainchild of Austrian engineer Paul Klinger. It is a miniature version of the Lenovo ThinkPad laptop.
A new laptop is hardly impressive these days, but Paul Klinger has managed to achieve this impossible feat. His creation - ThinkTiny - can rightfully be considered the smallest laptop in the world.
The device was built based on an ATtiny 1614 controller. It is equipped with a 128x64 OLED display. The body of the device was created using a 3D printer.
ThinkTiny can be controlled using a small red joystick called TrackPoint. Although the computer offers limited functionality (only launching simple games like Tetris), it still has what it takes to capture the imagination of any fan of unusual technology.
Unfortunately, the device is not available for sale: Klinger has made it clear that he has no intention of selling ThinkTiny. This is primarily because of the time and costs required to produce a single gadget, with the additional issue of potential legal trouble with Lenovo.
Nevertheless, any enthusiast can build their own copy of ThinkTiny. Klinger has uploaded detailed instructions on his page on GitHub.
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