MacTrast Deals PRICE DROP: Nifty MiniDrive MicroSD Card Adapter for 13″ Macbook Air

Posted in Accessories, Deals, Mac on 20/11/2016 by Chris Hauk

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The Nifty MiniDrive MicroSD Card Adapter for 13″ Macbook Air is a MicroSD card adapter that seamlessly plugs into your MacBook, giving you up to 256GB of extra storage space.

MacTrast Deals PRICE DROP: Nifty MiniDrive MicroSD Card Adapter for 13" Macbook Air

Nifty MiniDrive MicroSD Card Adapter for 13″ Macbook Air – Conveniently Add Up to 256GB of Storage to Your Macbook without a Bulky Hard Drive – Just $32.99!

DESCRIPTION

Finally, you can dump that clunky USB drive floating around your backpack. A MicroSD card adapter that seamlessly plugs into your MacBook, the MiniDrive integrates with Time Machine to add up to 256 GB of extra space to store important files. You won’t have to carry cumbersome storage devices anymore, simply plug in MiniDrive and you’re good to go.

“In an age of Wi-Fi cameras and mostly cramped SSD storage, they’re a great little addition to any Mac notebook setup.” TechCrunch

  • Perfect coloring & shaping attach seamlessly to your computer
  • Daily back-up options can automatically back up files while your MiniDrive is present
  • MicroSD cards up to 256 GB are compatible w/ MiniDrive

Note: No MicroSD card included

MacTrast Deals PRICE DROP: Nifty MiniDrive MicroSD Card Adapter for 13" Macbook Air

SPECS

Details & Requirements

  • Material: Aluminum
  • Capacity: Adaptable up to 256 GB

Compatibility

  • 13″ MacBook Air
  • Works with any brand MicroSD card (up to UHS-I only)
  • For full compatibility, refer to the following Chart

Includes

  • Nifty MiniDrive Air

Terms

  • All sales final

SHIPPING

  • Free Shipping
  • Ships To Continental US
  • Expected Delivery: Dec 2 – Dec 5

Nifty MiniDrive MicroSD Card Adapter for 13″ Macbook Air – Conveniently Add Up to 256GB of Storage to Your Macbook without a Bulky Hard Drive – Just $32.99!


Author

Chris Hauk

MacTrast Senior Editor, and self-described "magnificent bastard," Chris Hauk owns Phoenix Rising Services and writes for everyone's favorite "bad movie" website, Big Bad Drive-In.

His first Apple product was an iPod Classic 9 years ago, and he has since added a MacBook Pro, a number of iPads, iPhones, and multiple Apple TVs to his collection.

He lives somewhere in the deep Southern part of America. Yes, he has to pump in both sunshine and the Internet.