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Apr 12, 2011

The Collector Concept Turns Unused MicroSD CardsI Into a Refillable Thumb Drive

This concept USB drive, could potentially solve our problems by allowing us to toss all those thumb drives and find a use for the homeless microSD chips. The Collector wouldn't have any storage of its own, instead you'd slip up to three microSD cards into it and, when full, simply swap them out for more.

 It would also combine your smaller chunks of storage into a single block, so those three 2GB scraps would become a slightly less useless 6GB drive. Of course, keeping that pile of microSD cards (now bound by common data) organized might actually be a bigger headache than rifling through your drawers looking for that OFWGKTA mixtape you downloaded so many months ago.

16 comments:

Ray Rousell said...

What a great idea!!!

Astronomy Pirate said...

Seems like a pretty slick idea, lets hope they make it.

Drackar said...

This is interesting in concept...but at this point, kind of pointless. Flash memory is so cheep these days there's so little point to this concept.

Guy Movie Blogger said...

That's neat. I have a ton of those little cards laying around, I could use this.

Chris said...

This is an interesting concept. Although flash memory is really cheap. Still cool because you could take your camera's SD cards and look at your pictures of the USB.

Grafted said...

cool idea

Venus said...

this is such a cool idea. I´ll look for all the MicroSD´s I have lying around.

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PaulBlark said...

Looks awesome!

ed said...

design looks cool

Jay said...

very useful!

NeedlessToSay said...

Kinda neat, but I'm inclined to think it's still kinda pointless.

Fiver said...

funfunfun

Agustin Creevy said...

i wantttt!!!

Herr Pik said...

THAT IS AN AWESOME IDEA!

I have hundreds of uSD cards laying around all throughout my house, and I always lose them too since they're so small! ._.

chupy said...

wow, one of the best ideas all time, really usefull

Fourra said...

nice thinking!!!!
thx for sharing