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March 26, 2014 AT 12:07 pm

NEW PRODUCT – Black Shortening microSD adapter for Raspberry Pi & Macbooks

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NEW PRODUCT – Black Shortening microSD adapter for Raspberry Pi & Macbooks: Adding shortening to a Pi makes it fatter – but this kind of shortening makes your Pi a little slimmer! This black short-style microSD adapter slides in where the SD card goes but is 9mm shorter. This makes it stick out a lot less and makes for a more elegant (and less accident-prone) Pi. All you have to do is pop in a microSD card for a sleeker machine! The outer edge of the SD adapter has a deep grove for a fingernail to pull on for removal.

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Because its just a shorter microSD adapter, this short microSD adapter will work in any Raspberry Pi case (our, other, low-profile microSD adapter card is a bit thicker and doesn’t work in all cases, including the Adafruit Pi case and PiBows). Protrudes from edge of Raspberry Pi 8mm when installed.

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This microSD adapter also worked great in our Macbook pro – load it up with a 64 microSD card and you’ve got a ton more storage, but without the sticking-out of a normal sized SD.

MicroSD card and Raspberry Pi NOT INCLUDED

In stock and shipping now!


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1 Comment

  1. This looks like a great improvement over your other product, which which raised the bottom of the Pi so none of the slots cut in a standard case would line up on the SD card side. Essentially it would only shorten the profile of the Pi in ‘caseless’ mode.

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