Elecom MicroSD Reader Is a Barely Noticeable Nub

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Elecom's MicroSD USB reader takes advantage of the storage format's miniature size to ensure that the only thing poking out of your computer is a colorful— and dare I say stylish— little nub.

The MR-SMC03 is so small that it kind of looks more like a USB hole stopper than a media reader. To use it, you slip your microSD card into the top part of the usb stick and then plug it into your computer. It's available in cherry pink, Azuria pink, black and white for roughly $13... from Japan only for now. [Elecom via Gizmodo Japan]

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If I didn't have a SD card reader on my laptop just like EVERY COMPUTER IN EXISTENCE does and if I didn't have the microSD to SD adapter that practically EVERY MICROSD CARD IN EXISTENCE comes with then I'd be impressed. I guess this would be useful on desktops or really really old laptops that don't have an SD card reader. I mean, in this day and age, what laptop DOESN'T have an SD card reader? I mean, even netbooks have card readers and they only cost like 300 bucks! I mean I find it hard to believe that

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