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Snatch this SanDisk Ultra 256GB microSD card for just $29, its lowest price ever

Even though our phones' internal storage capacity is increasing, so are file sizes. This is why we may sometimes need a little extra space, and MicroSD cards are a convenient way of achieving this. In case you're looking for one, SanDisk's 256GB A1-rated Ultra card is down to $29 on Amazon, instead of its usual $39.

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SanDisk's 256GB A2 microSD card is just $40 ($5 off) for today only

Do you need a little extra storage in your phone, tablet, Nintendo Switch, or other microSD-enabled device? If so, you might be interested to hear that the 256GB SanDisk Extreme card is just $39.99 on Amazon, a $5 drop from the previous price, and an all-time low. Other capacities are also on sale.

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How to free up storage on your Android phone

Most flagship Android phones are generous with internal storage these days; the Galaxy S10 comes with a minimum of 128GB internal storage, and some devices have up to 1TB of capacity. If you've accumulated a lot of junk files on your phone, or if you have a budget device with less storage, you might still need to clear some space.

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The PNY Elite-X 64GB microSD card is on sale for $13 (57% off) on Amazon, 32GB for $9

Most current phones come with a decent amount of onboard storage. However, media files and apps are also increasingly heavier, meaning you can quickly run out of space on your device. Thankfully, a wide range of handsets and tablets have a microSD slot to accommodate for extra storage. If you're looking for one, you're in luck, as PNY's 32GB and 64GB microSDXC cards are discounted on Amazon, selling for $9 and $13, respectively.

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How to free up storage space on Amazon Fire tablets

Amazon's Fire tablets are usually a great value, but they typically come with less internal storage than most smartphones. The cheapest models come with just 16GB of space, with less than that available for downloading apps and storing data.

In this guide, we'll go over some ways you can clear up the junk on your Fire tablet.

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[Update: Huawei's back in] Huawei ejected from Wi-Fi Alliance, SD Association, and other standards groups

Huawei has had a rough week it was added to the US Entity List, and soon it will be cut off from most of the manufacturers and companies it relies on to make products. While perhaps not the most devastating blow Huawei has been dealt in recent days, it has now been excluded from the associations responsible for the development Wi-Fi, SD, and some USB standards.

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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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