While there is no official support for a microSD card with the Nexus 10 (or any Nexus device after the Nexus One), that’s not stopping an aspiring engineer from making his own.
There is currently an Indigogo project up trying to raise enough money to make this a reality. Indiegogo is a Kickstarter-like website that attempts to help inventors, designers, and engineers bring their products to life by crowd-sourcing the initial funding required. When people pay into it, they are pretty much reserving a copy of the device once it’s finally made, if it manages to reach the funding goal and…. well, get made.
Funding will end on the night of November 28th 2012, so get your money in now if you not only want the adapter, but want to make it real. At any rate though, it’s definitely worth taking a look at and seeing if it’s something you’d be interested in, which I’m sure a lot of you do. Being able to turn your $399 16GB Nexus 10 into a 80GB Nexus 10 with the help of a 64GB MicroSD card for a lower price than a 32GB Nexus 10. The prototype device is around the size of a penny.
Check out their video below (don’t mind the music):