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How to add 200GB to your Macbook, minus the bulk

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We live in a time of self-driving cars and video-recording drones. So it seems a bit primitive that we're still augmenting our computer storage with USB drives. The Nifty MiniDrive offers a better storage solution for Macbook owners, and it's just $33.99—the lowest price on the web—for a limited time.

This tiny MicroSD card adapter is an easy way to add up to 200 GB to your Macbook. Simply slot a MicroSD card into the MiniDrive, which you then insert into your laptop—and that's it. Your MiniDrive will be practically invisible thanks to its minimalistic, compact design.

Besides expanding your Macbook's storage, the MiniDrive also serves as a backup solution. You can calibrate your settings to automatically backup files while your MiniDrive is inserted, and integrate it with Time Machine.

Say goodbye to clunky USB drives jutting out from the edges of your laptop: the Nifty MiniDrive is now 15 percent off retail, or just $33.99. Be sure to choose from the options for your Macbook model: Air, Pro (13" and 15"), and Retina Pro (13" and 15").

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