Silicon Power is not a brand you've probably ever heard of (I for sure hadn't before today). Their name kinda sounds like it would belong to a labor union representing the robot uprising. Well, it turns out they don't provide legal counsel to the likes of Wall-E and R2D2, these guys make MicroSD cards.
They must do an alright job, because they have a 4.5 star rating with over 1,200 reviews. Their whole lineup of class 10 UHS-1 memory cards is currently on sale, and the prices are pretty doggone compelling.
Those are some low prices, about a third less than what you can expect to pay for name brand cards from the likes of SanDisk or Samsung, which are also rated at 4.5 stars. You may not place the same trust in a brand you've never heard of, but I'm sure the cards will work just fine in a non-essential application like augmenting the storage in your kids tablet, or adding some space on your Android TV.
Silicon Power even sells their 16GB cards in ten packs for $63.99, which is about $6.40 a card. You could use whiteout to cover the branding and then really carefully write your name and number on them and then use them as teeny tiny business cards! That was meant to be a joke, but it actually might be kind of cool.
Anyways, if you want some cheap storage you can pick up a Silicon Power MicroSD card in the capacity of your choice by following the link below.