What better way to recycle old and unwanted video game cartridges than to tear their innards out and replace it with something else? That’s what the Super Mario World SNES cartridge experienced, holding a hard drive within that hooks up to a nearby notebook or desktop via USB connectivity. Depending on your budget (prices start from $140 upwards), you can choose from a 320GB or 640GB model. Interestingly enough, you can also choose your favorite game cartridge to hold all your precious data.
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