If you have a smartphone or tablet with a microSD slot and have been itching for a deal on a 512GB card, this could be the day you finally pull the trigger. The PNY Elite 512GB microSD card, which was introduced in June at $349.99, is down to an all-time low price of $149.99 (that's $200 off) on Amazon today only. This beats the pants off of the $239.99 deal we saw back in December. Read More
In the summer of 2018, PNY became only the second company to release a 512GB MicroSD card (and the first to go on sale in the US). The company is back with an updated model, as well as several flash drives including a USB Type-C option. Read More
For most people, the 64GB or so of storage that comes standard on higher-end phones these days is more than enough. However, for the select few that require tremendous amounts of local storage, microSD support is a godsend. Earlier this year, PNY introduced a 512GB microSD card, pricing it at a princely $349.99. That price has been slashed to $239.99, $110 off, for today only on Amazon. Read More
Earlier in the year, Integral Memory introduced the world's first 512GB microSD card (which unfortunately isn't sold stateside). PNY is showing off the second 512GB microSD, the PNY Elite 512GB, at Computex 2018, and the card will run you $349.99 when it becomes available. Read More
Another day, another deal and today's comes from Amazon's Gold Box sale. Certain PNY flash storage items are on sale for up to 50% off. These include flash drives, SD cards, microSD cards, and OTG accessories. Most of the storage media are pretty high capacity, too. Read More
Flash memory comes in many different forms. You have microSD cards. You have full size ones. Then there are flash drives. There's expensive, and then there's cheap. I like the latter. If you do too, now's a good time to hit up Amazon. Read More
In the tech world, we know that big things can come in small packages, but those packages usually have a big price. Well if you are looking for microSD cards with a ton of storage space, today is your lucky day because
both Amazon and Newegg are is offering an over $30 discount on a PNY 128GB microSD card perfect your phones, tablets, action cameras, or wherever else you might need it.
Newegg created a splash by offering the discount and Amazon answered in kind by dropping their own price; now that Newegg has sold out, you can be thankful Amazon is still competing. Read More
Have you heard about the new MicroSD card functionality coming in Android M? It's pretty awesome, and it gives you a new reason to invest in external storage (and pester your manufacturer of choice to include a card slot in its next flagship). Android M won't be available in non-developer form for a few months, but if you want to get a head start on cheap storage, Amazon's Gold Box deal portal is the place to be today. The retailer is offering some impressive deals on PNY brand MicroSD cards, from 16GB all the way up to a massive 128GB. Read More
We know a good number of you rely heavily on microSD cards. Cloud storage is nice, but they serve as something different, perhaps supplementary to physical memory expansion. So if you're in the market for some more cards to stick into your phones or tablets, Amazon has no shortage of flash memory on sale as today's Deal of the Day. PNY MicroSD cards are ranging from $7.49 (16GB - 40MB/sec) to $29.99 (64GB - 90MB/sec), with varying sizes and speed classes to choose from between the two extremes.
PNY also has full-sized SD cards and flash drives for sale, but if you don't need extra storage, the selection doesn't stop there. Read More
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.
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. Read More