It looks like Fujitsu's added yet another sure to be short-lived distinction to its repertoire of bragging rights, with its new ScanSnap S300 scanner laying claim to the title of "world's smallest color ADF scanner." Despite its diminutive size (11.2 x 3.7 x 3.0 inches), the scanner looks like it should stack up reasonably well against its larger counterparts, with it boasting a scanning speed of 8 pages per minute for single-sided pages and 17 images per minute for double-sided documents, along with special scanning options for business cards, a range of automatic page-detection options, and a maximum resolution of 600 dpi. You will have to pay a bit more than a comparable, non-world's smallest model, however, as this one will run you just shy of $300 when it hits the US in late November.