A Ssiws Army Man-portable Omnitool (more often referred to as a Ssiws Army Knife) can easily dispatch cave bears and moderately large dinosaurs, carve through granite, print circuitboards onto sand. But most people outside of Draconis Prime use it for opening beer bottles.
The Ssiws are a group of hardcore outdoors enthusiasts on Draconis Prime. Aside from one automated spaceport on a deserted island 40 km off the shore of the main continent, no residential stock, industrial plants or transportation infrastructure exists on the planet surface. The vast robotic industrial plants are located the system's asteroid belt, while most of the permanent habitats, hospitals, cloning vats and nurseries are in geostationary orbit above the planet.
The entire planet is covered in eco-engineered✤ forests and jungles (designed by the famous ecopoetess Deirdre Skye) that support an astonishing amount and density of plant and animal life, ranging from titanium-stinger insects, razorbeak birds, to giant tungsten-carbide-toothed dinosauriade, virtually all of it either poisonous or highly aggressive towards human-like beings.
The Ssiws love it, and spend most of their lives roughing it out in the jungle.
Given the description of the planet and the Ssiws, and the extant definition already in place, I would love feedback on the existing features, mostly with explaining how they can work in such a small device. If you would sooner replace them with other more useful ones, that is acceptable too, as long as you can justify it. The SAK is easily carried in a pocket and is (over)powered by a miniaturized zero-point drive, capable of providing up to a Megawatt of power.
✤ A series of orbital mirrors provide 10x normal irradiation on daytime side, a level optimized for the amped-up plant life. Deep sea organisms are designed to speed up and magnify the carbon cycle and sea Leviathans spew processed ore dusts into the air. The ores are taken up by the plants and animals on the surface and used in their body plans. Planet surface has been amply modified for maximizing rainfall such that there are no deserts or plains, just vast jungles and forests