According to DailyTech, “HP has developed a chip smaller than a single grain of rice that’s able to store 512KB and transmit and receive information using Wi-Fi standards at 10Mbit/sec”. No word yet on when this technology will go into production.

Measuring 2-4mm square, HP said that its new chip is far superior to current Bluetooth or RFID standards. Although the new chip is roughly two years away from being complete, HP said that the storage capacity of the chip is likely to grow

[via DailyTech]

According to DailyTech, “HP has developed a chip smaller than a single grain of rice that’s able to store 512KB and transmit and receive information using Wi-Fi standards at 10Mbit/sec”. No word yet on when this technology will go into production.

Measuring 2-4mm square, HP said that its new chip is far superior to current Bluetooth or RFID standards. Although the new chip is roughly two years away from being complete, HP said that the storage capacity of the chip is likely to grow

[via DailyTech]