March 19 is the first day of IBM Think 2018, the company's flagship conference, where the company will unveil what it claims is the world's smallest computer.
Okay, so that's not great compared to what we have today, but cut it some slack — you need a microscope to see it.
The computer will cost less than ten cents to manufacture, and will also pack "several hundred thousand transistors," according to the company.
Right: The tiny computer, mounted to a motherboard, atop a pile of salt.
It's intended to help track the shipment of goods and detect theft, fraud, and non-compliance.