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Director II, Global Product Marketing | Susan Park is your SanDisk tour guide for anything involving consumer electronics. Ask her about memory cards, mobile devices, imaging and gaming. The knowledgeable UC Berkeley grad has been affiliated previously with Sun Microsystems, Hitachi Semiconductor and Samsung.

Now that digital technology has become more ingrained in our everyday routines, it’s time to bring our tech devices out of our pockets and laptop bags. Fashion tech accessories allow you to access your devices quickly and wear them in a stylish way.

Target and BaubleBar have recently launched an exclusive line of tech accessories—from iPhone cases to portable power banks to charging cables—that allow people to have fun with fashion at an affordable budget. While it’s not the first collection of stylish tech pieces produced by a fashion brand, the move reinforces the trend of bringing wearable technology and tech accessories out into the open, and beyond the traditional basic color scheme.

You may think that the Fitbit is old news, but the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) announced in its annual fitness trend forecast that wearable tech is the top fitness trend for 2016. The ability for wearable devices to track and store out workout details and fitness goals makes them far more central to our daily lives. Among the most popular: the Fitbit Charge. Keep an eye out for Ear-O-Smart, the first smart earring.

Daniel Christian Tang has a luxury jewelry brand designed using 3D printing software, and while it may merely look pretty and not be a way to carry your personal storage device around, the jewelry is already popular. If you’re looking for more functional jewelry, check out Rebecca Minkoff’s Notification Bracelet, which silently alerts you to calls and text through a Bluetooth pairing with your iPhone.

For optimal storage with style, make sure SanDisk is on your shopping list. From the sleek Connect Wireless Stick to the Connect Wireless Media Drive mobile hub, there’s no need to settle for tech that doesn’t satisfy your lifestyle and design aesthetic.


The Connect Wireless Stick and Connect Wireless Media Drive are available at Amazon.

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About the Author

Director II, Global Product Marketing | Susan Park is your SanDisk tour guide for anything involving consumer electronics. Ask her about memory cards, mobile devices, imaging and gaming. The knowledgeable UC Berkeley grad has been affiliated previously with Sun Microsystems, Hitachi Semiconductor and Samsung.



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