IT may not be ideal for some who are prone to losing their phones.
But it is perfect for those who love listening to music.
This month's gadget pick is probably Fiji's smallest mobile phone.
It is in reality, an MP3 player that works as a phone.
The Foneology Mini is just about the size of one's forefinger.
It comes with an earphone, has access to the internet and radio.
The speakers have been made to be loud and clear.
This is to aid hearing since the phone is so small.
The phone is easy to carry around ù either in your pocket or hanging from a lanyard.
The gadget, which comes in black and white, was spotted at the Foneology booth at the Showcase, retailing for $119.
Another Foneology gadget also spotted at the event is the vehicle tracking system.
Ideal for those who want to know where their vehicles are, the VTS comprised a small black box, which is installed in a secure and hidden location in each vehicle.
In addition to the black box there is a panic button that the driver can press in an emergency situation.
There is also an option for fuel cut off and various optional accessories.
One of the features of the VTS include live vehicle tracking, Google Maps (also supports the Fiji map if obtained by the Lands Dept), camera and live CCTV 3G streaming option.
The VTS would allow a user to track vehicles on real time from his or her computer or android phone.