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Old 08-22-2007, 08:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i got like 5 or 6 micro sd cards stacking up here now since i like to use them for data transfer and temporary storage, does anyone make a carrying case just for the microsd cards? or anyway to rig one or use something else for that purpose?

i know they make normal fullsize multiple sd card cases etc and some nice ones, but i dont actually have all the adapters for the micro cards to store them properly
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I have seen several BB cases that contain slots for media storage (as opposed to a case just for media storage, that you are asking about).

Usually, one's first reaction to having media slots in a case/wallet is "Who the heck carries around extra mini/micro/SD cards nowadays?".

Apparently... you do! (good natured teasing here).
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ya i guess its kinda weird and probably why they dont make a case for it.

i just like that the blackberry can take the microsd sticks and with a usb cable can be used as a "usb storage" device so to speak, so if i load up different memory sticks with programs i use, i would like to be able to carry them around easy enough. (in case your wondering what i do, i repair computers for about 30 diferent clients and that means lots of software and junk to carry.

having a keyring just for USB disks is getting old lol.

and i know they make like 160 2.5" hard drives with a small external case, and dont ask me why, but ive been there, and broke 4 of them so far, 2 different brands, drives just lost power completely for some unknown reason, and honestly, im careful as hell with them.
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Store them under the battery or battery cover. Just be careful not to lose them if you drop the bb and the battery cover pops off.
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