There’s a reason why Samsung brought back the microSD card slot to its flagships this year – you can’t beat microSD storage in value for money, and, with prices of high-capacity cards constantly declining, it looks like that won’t change anytime soon.
Take 128GB cards. From $80 last year, you can now have a Sony 128GB microSD for a little over 30 bucks.
Sony’s 128GB Class 10 UHS-1 Micro SDXC (transfer speeds of up to 70 MB/s) is available on Amazon right now for $33.49, down from $45 in the previous weeks and 39% off the list price.
To sweeten the deal even more, buying this card grants you $20 in credit for purchases of $20 or more on Shutterfly.com, a website that sells photo prints, albums, personalized items, and more.
If you’re not sure what “Micro SDXC” means or if you just want to fill your mind with storage knowledge, Gary just published another entry in his Gary Explains series that is dedicated to removable storage of all shapes and sizes. Check it out.
This is not a time-limited deal, but as always, stocks may be limited. Happy shopping!