As you may have read in the forums, a couple of us have swapped to a new phone carrier including myself. After being with the Telus sub-brand, Koodo, for about two and a half years, I decided it was time to move on. Personally, I have never had much loyalty with any of the telecommunication companies. I have been with Bell, Rogers, and Telus all at different times, and only now am I technically going back to Rogers. However, I decided to do an experiment. Pulling out my old Nokia 1661, my first Rogers-locked phone, I tried to use it for a week. After one evening, I quickly put the SIM card back into my unlocked LG G3. I never realized how much I relied on the extra features a smartphone has, whether it was a camera, GPS navigation, or a touch screen. However, using a dumbphone made me appreciate a few things. First of all, the build quality of the smaller phone was, and will probably always be, a lot better than many smartphones out there. In addition, it was nice to cut down all the phone features to just the necessities like calling and texting. Battery life was also a lot better, though this is not surprising considering all the lacking features. However, my favorite thing about using the Nokia was just the fact it was super compact. I did not have to lug around anything larger to get exactly what I need from a cellular phone. Today, we have the SilverStone ST45SF V3.0 450W power supply, another tiny SFX unit in our offices. With such a small overall footprint, it will be quite impressive to see what it is capable of. How did SilverStone’s OEM make such a tiny unit? And will it be capable for general users? Read on to find out!