‘SUPER-SMALL’ RUBIK’S CUBE OUT FOR 40TH ANNIVERSARY
A tiny but playable Rubik’s Cube, so little it fits on your fingertip, has gone on sale in Japan for 198,000 yen, or about $1,900. Billed as a “super-small” Rubik’s Cube, it was created to mark the 40th anniversary of when the 3-D puzzle went on sale in Japan. The cube measures just 9.9 millimeters, or O.39 inch, by 9.9 millimeters. Rubik’s Cube was invented by Hungarian professor Erno Rubik in the 1970s.