Somebody got the bright idea to shrink a Rubik's cube down to 10mm—that's less than half an inch. The cube is fully functional too, so for fat fingered dummies like me, it's that much more impossible to solve. Thanks.
A traditional Rubik's cube measures about 2 1/4 inches (5.7cm) wide on each side, this Rubik's cube in the world is probably smaller than one full sized "cubelet". The 10mm Rubik's cube is the smallest in the world but isn't for sale. Luckily for 15 US bucks, you can grab the 12mm version to frustrate your life here. [Shapeways via Wired]