When the iPhone 5 came out, many people wished that it was packed with more features – or at least a beefier battery – instead of being thinner than many smartphones. If you’re one of those people, you might one to get the iExpander case.
As with most Apple offerings, the option to get increased storage space for new Mac notebooks are insanely expensive. Sure, external drives are cheap nowadays, but it would be more convenient if you didn’t have to carry another gadget around.
Sometimes technology can lead to new problems, like how to keep track of all of your memory cards and keep them neatly in one place. I love simple solutions and here is a great example. This microSD card holder will keep all of your memory cards neatly organized and easy to retrieve.
There’s something so forgettable about microSD readers. That’s why I think that this little hack is awesome. It makes a microSD card reader look like a tiny Atari 810 Floppy drive. Rossum made this miniature using a 3D printer, which is even cooler in my opinion.
This concept design isn’t that far off. Almost everyone has some spare memory cards that need to be used in some form or fashion. There’s not much you can do with one once you get a newer, bigger one, so this concept that collects these microSD cards and turns the combined storage into a larger USB flash drive makes a lot of sense.
There must be a market for these teeny tiny cameras, which is why Thanko just released another one. The MAME-CAM DX [JP] is miniature digital camera that’s currently only available in Japan, but you can probably find a way to get them in the US thanks to importers.
LaCie have made it their mission to come up with creative and entertaining products that allow customers to unintentionally destroy or misplace their data as easily as possible. After releasing their coin-shaped CurrenKey flash-drives, LaCie now present to us flash drives that look like keys.
Samsung today has announced the highest capacity microSD memory cards yet, with a full 8 gigabytes of storage.
The high speed memory cards can store up to 2,000 typical MP3 tracks, 5 DVD quality movies, or 4,000 digital photos.
This new accessory for the Nintendo DS Lite lets you add both rumble features and additional storage in a single device.
The SuperCard Lite RUMBLE is a 3rd-party module that adds rumble to games that support the feature as well as providing a MicroSD memory card slot for storage of movies, music, game saves and e-books.