Whether to help create a new hard drive or create one using existing equipment, this Brando adapter turns microSD cards into a SATA SSD. Featuring ten spots to hold ten microSD cards, the adapter can be configured by users to be a bootable drive.
Working with either one, two, four, six, eight or ten microSD cards, the Brando adapter is competitively priced at $32 to be a cost-effective option. Compatible with a number of different operating systems including Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, the adapter can be used in a variety of different computing environments.
The Brando adapter creates a SATA SSD in an unexpected way to help offer users a more flexible computing solution when compared to other hardware on the market.
This Brando Adapter Turns Ten microSD Cards into a SATA SSD
Michael Hemsworth — March 24, 2016 — Tech
References: usb.brando & the-gadgeteer