Ever wonder where floppy disks got their name? They’re not actually very floppy, are they? The historians in the audience (and by “historians” I mean people over 30) will no doubt remember a time when floppy disks were actually floppy, and much bigger than they are today. They also only held about 1MB of storage, making them almost completely useless by today’s standards. MicroSD cards can actually hold many gigs worth of data, and they’re extremely small, making them an ideal storage method. This MicroSD drive shaped like an Atari 810 floppy drive remembers a time gone by when disks were large in size and small in capacity. It plugs right into a USB port for ease of use. Nostalgia and functionality packed into one tiny drive – what more could you ask for?
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