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You can now buy the world's first 1TB microSD card for the low price of $450

The march of technological process stops for no one. Not only have prices for microSD cards fallen significantly over the past year you can now get a 16GB card for the price of a meal at McDonalds — but more capacities are coming available. SanDisk teased the world's first 1TB microSD card earlier this year, and now it's finally shipping to buyers.

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Samsung's 512GB microSD card drops to a staggering $100 ($100 off) on Amazon

Here's an insane discount for those of you in need of a ton of local storage on your devices: Samsung's 512GB EVO Select microSD card has fallen to a stupidly low $99.99 — a full $100 off MSRP. This is by far the best deal on a 512GB microSD card we've seen.

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Grab a 200GB SanDisk microSD card at a new low of just $25

Flash storage prices are a constant race to the bottom, but I still find myself amazed at some deals, like today's sale on the 200GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card. At a price of just $25, or 12.50¢/GB, this marks a new low for the SanDisk Ultra lineup, with all the other cards in this category being priced between 15 and 20¢/GB.

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[Update: Up for pre-order, available later in April] SanDisk unveils the Extreme 1TB microSDXC card at MWC

If you find that today's largest microSD cards just aren't enough for you, SanDisk has you covered. The company just announced the 1TB Extreme at MWC, a ridiculous amount of storage in a tiny, tiny form factor. It won't come cheap, though, ringing it at a staggering $449.99 MSRP.

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Amazon's World Backup Day sale includes Samsung 256GB A2 microSD card for $53, Kingston 128GB microSD for $15, and more

Today is apparently World Backup Day, which means there are sales on hard drives, NAS units, microSD cards, and other mediums of storage — sadly, I haven't seen any discounts on Zip Disks. If you happen to have a phone with a microSD card slot, today is a good opportunity to get extra storage.

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PNY Elite-X microSD cards on sale at Amazon: 256GB for $53, 128GB for $34

External storage is always a great option if you're looking at expanding your phone's internal memory or transferring data from one device to another. It's also usually cheaper than buying a handset with greater onboard capacity, and more convenient as you can keep it when switching phones. If you're looking at a new microSD card, PNY's well-rated high-speed products just hit an all-time low on Amazon, with some models costing 47% less than their MSRP.

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The newest, fastest "app class" microSD cards are still not very good for apps

There are plenty of reasons to pick up a microSD card, should your phone support one. It can be a lot cheaper to get a phone with less storage and plan to add more. Media maniacs and data hoarders can also make use of the super cheap extra space. But if you think SanDisk's new A1 and A2-rated microSD cards are going to provide anywhere near the experience of your phone's built-in storage, think again.

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Samsung's EVO Select U3 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB microSD cards fall to all-time low prices on Amazon

Prices of microSD cards have been dropping quite a bit lately, but this pre-Black Friday deal is among the most enticing yet. Amazon has dropped the price of its U3-level Samsung EVO Select microSD cards in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB flavors to all-time low prices.

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Samsung may add adoptable storage in Android Pie

It's been three years since Android's adoptable storage officially launched with Android Marshmallow, after a few months of testing in the Developer Preview. Many Android manufacturers didn't offer the feature immediately on their own phones, and until now, Samsung has been one of the holdouts. That may change with the upcoming update to Pie though.

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[Deal Alert] 128GB SanDisk Ultra microSD card is just $25 on Amazon

Back in 2014, SanDisk became the first to offer a 128GB microSD card. The price? $199.99. Fast forward to today, and the same card with the same certifications (and a new coat of paint) is going for a paltry $24.87, just 12.4% of the original MSRP, on Amazon. That's pretty crazy to think about.

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