The world’s smallest Rubik’s cube, priced at 1,800 dollars
Tokyo: The Japanese company has made the world’s smallest Rubik’s cube that can be played with. However, it has an area of 9.9 mm on one side and weighs only two grams.
Rubik’s cubes with square colored boxes are used all over the world.
A Japanese company called Mega House Corporation has made the smallest usable Rubik’s cube in the world, but its price is also reasonable.
The smallest Reuben cube is priced at 1,880 dollars, and with orders being received the customers will be able to get it by the end of the year.
In 1974, Hungary’s Erno Rubik created the Rubik’s cube under his own name, and in 1980 it became popular all over the world. The Japanese mega house company alone has so far sold about 15 million Rubik cubes.
According to the company, Rubik cube first came to Japan in 1980, it sold up to 4 million in the first year.