Turn MicroSD, M2, & MMC Micro Cards Into A USB Drive

Posted: May 31 2007, 6:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:06am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Turn microSD, M2, & MMC micro Cards into a USB Drive
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As our digital devices get smaller, so do the memory types that they use. These days we have several tiny storage formants from M2, microSD, and MMC micro to deal with. The problem with these types of storage is that they require adapters to be read by computers.

Brando has an interesting device that looks just like a normal flash drive, but has no storage capacity of its own. Rather this USB Micro Drive is designed to accept the previously mentioned tiny storage formats and allow you to connect them directly to your PC.

Transfer speed is the full 480 Mbps USB is capable of and the drive measures in at 60x19x11mm. the device can be used on windows 98/2000/ME/XP as well as Mac OS 9.1/OS X. Pricing is set at $12 and the drive is available now. Via Brando

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