Clearly an exceptional flash cart add on

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by knib, Oct 2, 2007.

Oct 2, 2007
  1. knib
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    Newcomer knib Newbie

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    The odd-ball team at Solid alliance has come up with yet another USB related device.

    I give you the Memory-Cube...

    I consider this storage device to be topped solely by sliced bread, which features a design flaw in that it does not provide adequate storage for micro SD cards and may cause data corruption when toasted.

    Site is in Japanese, consider yourself warned.
     
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    I have to disagree on the topic of sliced bread, which I consider to be an inferior design, but the Memory Cube is certainly one of the greater achievements of this century, much like the eraser tip was for the past one.

    [​IMG] >>> [​IMG]
     
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    It actually looks pretty good.
     
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    it would top sliced bread, if it had an adhesive back and were thin enough to fit inside the DSlite clamshell when closed.

    No reason why a product like that couldn't exist. I keep thinking I'm going to make a flat, adhesive 3 microSD holder, but I never seem to care enough and would rather buy one.
     
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    Why not just put adhesive on the MicroSDs themself and put that in the clamshell?
     
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    i want coloured sd's like those:(

    that actually could be useful if you have loads of sds
     
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    Damn, now I want a sandwich.

    Lots of SD's means lots of games and apps. Never need to switch stuff from your comp to your Sd's ever again.
     

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