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May
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Boy, whoever picks those Amazon Gold Box sale items sure likes flash storage. It seems like at least once a week they've got a fire sale on SD cards, flash drives, and other descendants of the floppy. Today's sale has PNY-branded cards of both the SD and MicroSD variety, the latter of which will probably interest mobile users.

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If you just need a little extra storage for some music and photos, the 16GB MicroSD card is $9.99, half off from a retail price of $20. The 32GB version, normally $35, is now just $16.99 (again, half off). And if you'd like to carry your entire collection of pirated Disney Blu-rays in one go, the 64GB MicroSDXC card is $34.99, with a slightly less dramatic $20 discount. As always with Amazon's Gold Box sales, the prices are good for today only (or as long as stock lasts), and Prime subscribers get free 2-day shipping.

Standard flash drives and camera-sized SD cards are also on sale if you're in the market, and Amazon is also offering PNY rechargeable USB battery packs: 2600mAh for $15, 5200mAh for $20, and 7800mAh for $28. I'd shop around for those, though - there tends to be a pretty wide range of price, size, and capacity on battery packs. Here's a 9000mAh model with a built-in flashlight for $30.

Source: Amazon Gold Box

Michael Crider
Michael is a native Texan and a former graphic designer. He's been covering technology in general and Android in particular since 2011. His interests include folk music, football, science fiction, and salsa verde, in no particular order.

  • yodatom10

    might have to order one of those 64 cards... 4K video aint small

  • supremekizzle

    Thanks Google.... For the immense functionality that KitKat brought us.....

    • ReturnOfTheMack

      You're being sarcastic but I'm glad SD cards are finally being phased out.

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