Samsung introduced a smaller version of its futuristic Galaxy S4, aptly named the Galaxy S4 mini. The little Android-powered smartphone has been downsized from five inches to 4.3 inches, weighs 107 g, and can truly be operated with just one hand. It's not quite as powerful as its slightly larger counterpart, but still packs a punch with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, an 8MP rear camera, and a 1.9MP front-facing camera.
Samsung isn't the only company that's released tiny tech to appeal to a bigger audience. As tech gets thinner, lighter, better — or at least marketing gets better labeling products "mini" — we decided to take a tour of the miniaturization of gadgets in recent years. From cars to projectors to even vacuums, take a look at what's gotten the pint-sized makeover.