with the Nifty MiniDrive
Stacks on stacks of bulky external hard drives are so 2013.
Meet the bulk-free Nifty MiniDrive! It’ll hold a microSD card flush inside your Macbook, adding simple, fast, nearly invisible extra storage space for your photos and other files.
Just slip in a microSD card (up to 64GB!) and stick it into your computer.
MicroSD cards are virtually impossible to destroy. They’ll survive big fall, into a puddle, under a ladder, next to a black cat. Dry it off, and it’s good to go.
If you’re sick of lugging around a fragile external hard drive that’s just adding bulk to your laptop bag, or you’ve never backed up your photos at all (gasp!) grab a light-as-about-three-feathers Nifty MiniDrive.
Published on January 6, 2014 — See more Buy This
Happy 2014! The future is now.
We love Januaries. They’re a great time to look back at the amazingness of the previous year, and make resolutions for the new one.
We’ve done our fair share of looking back, poring over every “Best Photos of the Year!” list we could find on these here internets.
Then, we resolved to let all the great shots we just saw inspire us to improve our photo skills in 2014.
We’ve compiled a handy list of the top of the tops: our favorite “best photo” lists and what we’ve learned from them.
Hey plant murderers, listen up.
You have officially killed your last plant because we are about to show you how to make a photo cactus garden that requires absolutely no attention.
Go put away that watering can and please stop singing to your sad looking ferns. Making a flat pack cactus garden is as simple as snapping a few photos and snipping some card board.
If you are space challenged or just have a black thumb, flat pack cacti pricks – we mean ticks – all the boxes.
Christmas has come and gone! The timing has never been better for an After Christmas SALE.
We’ve got over 30 goodies (… cameras, lenses, lens cameras and more…) up to 40% off.
Scroll along to see a few of our faves, or head to the shop to behold them all!