A shockproof, waterproof and palm-sized NAS. The Link weighs just 4oz and measures a mere 2″x 2″x 1″ but can house up to 2TB of data. Transfer your files to and from multiple devices via Bluetooth, ad-hoc Wi-Fi, USB-C or the optional LTE-A SIM adapter.
An external storage device for storing digital images on the go. The Flash Porter has slots for CF, SD and microSD cards as well as a USB port for connecting a card reader or a smartphone. Its display lets you view your folders and images, even those in RAW format.
A smartly designed modern bookshelf combines three useful features in one. Its zig-zag shape provides a place to store books, a spot to hold your place, and a reading lamp underneath, which automatically switches on and off when your book is removed or placed.
The idime is a tiny and coin-shaped external flash storage device for iPhones. It comes with a USB adapter and a Lightning adapter to make it easier to transfer files to and from PCs or other iOS devices. It also has an optional magnetic iPhone case connector.
Upgrade your MacBook storage without having to crack open the case, and without a bulky flash drive. This microSD card adapter mounts flush inside your laptop’s SD slot, and is finished in aluminum just like your Mac. (microSD card not included)
Foothill Products’ simple, yet effective design makes it easy to store spare bicycle wheels on a single hook, by offsetting the heights of their hubs and skewers. Made from durable extruded aluminum, with felt wheel pads.
Want to transport documents between your PCs, Macs and iOS devices? The iSafe Drive Lite is an MFi-certified flash drive that plugs into USB or Lightning ports, and allows two-way transfer of files. Data is stored with AES 256-bit encryption for security. 25% off the MSRP.
Designer Bertrand Jayr’s interlocking cubbyhole shelving system is constructed from cast concrete, letting you build structures that aren’t just industrial in looks, but are structurally impressive. Each piece is sold separately, so complex builds can get expensive quickly.
Two sapphire wafers that protect photos and text from scratches, fire, water and more. Data is shrunk 30,000 times and then laser-engraved between the wafers. You can use a magnifying glass, a microscope or a camera to zoom in.
Accessory maker Griffin Technology turned to crowdfunding to produce this elegant charging station, which holds up to five tablets, phones, and other gadgets, and keeps them out of sight. In birch, walnut or ebony woodgrain finishes.
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