While USB pen drives continue to blow our minds with ever smaller sizes, Hauppauge's latest USB digital TV tuner sure is a jaw-dropper: the self-explanatory PCTV Systems picoStick - launched at PlayBite
today - claims to be the world's smallest DVB-T tuner (read: Europe only) and requires no external antenna, but it does come with one in case you're "stuck in the middle of Wales", as the PR rep put it. Still, with such petite package, it does beg one to wonder if it's worth the risk of slipping £50 ($83) into the back of the sofa. Should you be getting one from Amazon.co.uk or Play.com next week, you might want to buy two just in case. More photos after the jump.Read
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The adapter and antenna bundled with the picoStick.
picoStick above the current nanoStick Solo (£30) for comparison.