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SanDisk Extreme MicroSD cards available for all-time low prices (up to $250 off)

Current microSD cards have become unbelievable dense and cheap compared to earlier models, and during Black Fridays, they become even more affordable. The same is true for SanDisk's new Extreme series, consisting of variants ranging from 32GB to 1TB. Most of them are at all-time lows this Thanksgiving, and you can even purchase them in a bundle with a card reader at Amazon. For example, you can get the 1TB for only $200 ($250 off), which is a significant saving even compared to an earlier deal from a fortnight ago.

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SanDisk 512GB Extreme microSD card falls to all-time low of $130 ($70 off) on Amazon

While cloud storage may be all the rage these days, local storage is only getting cheaper and more abundant. Case in point: SanDisk's A2-rated 512GB Extreme microSD card is just $129.99 on Amazon right now, its lowest price ever. That's a lot of storage for such a small card.

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[Update: Now $110] SanDisk's 400GB Extreme microSD card is just $122 ($128 off) on Amazon

With phones like the Galaxy S10 coming with a minimum storage capacity of 128GB, there doesn't seem to be a huge need for microSD card expansion anymore. Nonetheless, if you're a media junkie and just can't get enough gee-bees, SanDisk's 400GB Extreme microSD card is currently available from Amazon for $121.98, more than 50% off its $249.99 MSRP.

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SanDisk launches two new 256GB MicroSDXC cards with transfer speeds up to 100MB/s

I could have sworn that SanDisk made 256GB MicroSDXC cards already, but it seems like it didn't. It just announced them though, so I'm not awfully wrong anymore. There are two new cards in SanDisk's portfolio of super duper ultra high capacity: the SanDisk Extreme MicroSDXC UHS-I and SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC UHS-I card, Premium Edition.

I know that sounds confusing so I will break it down to you. Both of these cards can hold 256GB of storage and both are Class 10 cards for great Full HD video capture. They're both super fast too, and very resilient to shock, water, temperature changes, and X-rays, but the difference lies in one aspect.

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