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Datainer Modular Storage Device Organizer: Storage for Storage

by Lambert Varias
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Where do you store your extra hard drives? In boxes? In a drawer somewhere? How about your flash drives and SD cards? If you’re having trouble tracking or protecting your storage devices, check out Datainer. Designed by Burkhard Bürgerhoff, Datainer is a family of drawers and cases that makes it easier to store, organize and transport hard drives, memory cards and flash drives.

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You can see Datainer’s modules displayed in the image above. Starting from the part numbered “1”, there’s a drawer for 3.5″ drives,  a mobile version of the 3.5″ drawer, a non-slip base mat, a compartment with room for two 2.5″ drives, a compartment with 35 slots for flash cards such as CF cards and SD cards and a general purpose drawer for storing thumb drives and other doodads.

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As you can see the drawers all fit in a stackable case. In addition, each drawer has a slot in front where you can place a label or sticker.

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Burkhard also designed a USB 3.0 dock and an open-ended version of the 3.5″ drawer that lets you clone drives without taking them out of the drawer.

Pledge at least $25 (USD) on Kickstarter to get a set of Datainer drawers as a reward. I’m assuming Burkhard will also make each piece available separately once they go on sale.

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