You know a console is doing well when SanDisk starts rolling out licensed SD cards. A partnership between Nintendo and the memory maker will bring branded Switch 64 and 128GB microSDXC cards to stores in October.
There’s no such thing as owning too much flash storage, and you can stock up on flash drives and SD cards in today’s Amazon Gold Box.
Need a lot of extra storage for your Nintendo Switch or action cam? The advent of 200GB+ cards means that 128GB cards, which until relatively recently sold in the $60-$80 range, are finally inching towards affordability.
One can never have enough flash storage, so stock up on some of SanDisk’s most popular gear in today’s Amazon Gold Box.
One can never have enough flash storage, especially when you can fit 200GB of files on a card the size of your pinkie nail, all for $61 with promo code BIGTHANKS, today only. If you’re lucky enough to have a Nintendo Switch preordered, you definitely want this.
You can never have enough flash storage, and Amazon’s here to feed your addiction with a one-day sale on SanDisk products.
Amazon's kicking off the week with great deals on a variety of flash storage from SanDisk, including everything from microSD cards to SSDs. The coolest category though is actually flash drives, where you'll find options with microUSB plugs for Android, Lightning connectors for iOS, and even Wi-Fi for remote access.
Everyone could use more flash storage, and Amazon has you covered today with a huge sale on flash drives, SD cards, and microSD cards from SanDisk.
Amazon's Gold Box is currently brimming with awesome deals on SanDisk SSDs, SD Cards, CF cards, flash drives, and more. Pretty much any device you own that accepts external storage should be covered here, so this is a great chance to stock up on bigger, faster cards and drives. We expect a lot of the best deals to…
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