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If you’re looking for extra storage space on your camera, computer, smartphone or Switch console, Amazon is introducing SanDisk and WD storage as its offering of the day. You can increase your phone, tablet, or switch storage with the SanDisk Ultra 256GB MicroSD Card for just $ 27, saving 18 percent. And if you’re looking for a high-capacity SD card for your camera, Amazon sells the SanDisk Extreme Pro 256GB SDXC UHS-I card (up to a reading speed of up to 170 MB / s) for just $ 48, which is more than half the usual price.
SanDisk MicroSDXC memory cards offer the maximum performance you can achieve with a UHS-I memory card at 120MB / s on supported devices. This will allow you to add games to the switch or release photos, videos and other large files on your smartphone. Amazon sells them in a variety of sizes, but the best price per gigabyte is for the 256GB model, available for a very comfortable $ 27.
On the other hand, do you own a camera that uses UHS-I cards, like the A6600 or any other Sony APS-C model without a mirror? If so, then you should consider buying a SanDisk 256GB Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-I card for just $ 48 (52 percent off). Not only will it give you enough recording space to record for a long time, but it also provides the highest possible write speeds (90 MB / s) in that format. If you have a SanDisk compliant reader, then you can write files to your computer at a speed of 170 MB / s-faster than the UHS-I standard normally allows.
Other significant discounts include SanDisk’s 2TB Extreme Pro Portable SSD at $ 300 or 41 percent off, and the 4TB WD Red Pro NAS internal hard drive has been reduced by 47 percent to $ 105. Because they are part of Amazon’s offering of the day, all products are on sale for today only.
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