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Nifty MiniDrive for Macbooks

By: on August 22, 2016
$33.99
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With precision sizing and shaping, and a perfect color match to your MacBook's trademark silver, the Nifty doesn't want to earn its name as a standout piece of tech, but as one that blends in. Insert the MicroSD card adapter into your MacBook, and it will integrate with Time Machine to add up to double the existing storage you have available without ever letting on that it's even there.

The Nifty MiniDrive takes its storage cues from the microSD you're using with it. The bigger the microSD card, the bigger the storage boost Nifty can provide (adaptability up to 200 GB). Use it to back up files, photos, your iTunes library; you can also add your Dropbox contents to it.

Choose a Nifty MiniDrive for your 13" MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, MacBook Pro Retina 13", or MacBook Pro Retina 15", and get it for 15% off for a limited time.

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