If you’ve been in the need for some additional external storage for your laptop, smartphone or digital camera, but have been holding off on that purchase for one reason or another, then now definitely appears to be the time to move past that purchasing embargo.

Prices for external memory in the form of memory cards and USB-based flash drives have been consistently dropping over the last few years, but SanDisk is pretty much destroying the competition at the minute by offering the SanDisk Ultra microSD card with a swooping 200GB of additional storage for just $60.

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There are plenty of reasons to be the proud owner of some additional storage in the form of a microSD card. You may have ran out of space on your desktop or notebook computer and need to get instant access to additional storage that isn’t bulky or space-consuming. Such requirements would instantly rule out of an external hard drive. You may have purchased a new digital camera and want to immediately get up and running with as much storage capacity as possible. You may just have an entry-level Android smartphone and have already used up all of the provided 16GB.

Whatever the reason, if your hardware of choice has the capability to accept a microSD card, then you really cannot go wrong with 200GB for just $60. Especially considering it’s provided by an industry leader like SanDisk. That $60 outlay will not only acquire an additional 200GB of storage, but will introduce high performance and data transfer speeds of up to 90MB/s when reading data from the card. The card also conforms to the class 10 protocol for storage and playback of full HD video at 1920-by-1080 pixel resolution. It also comes with an adapter included in the packaging.

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So, if you are in need of that much storage, you’d be hard pushed to find 200GB for this low a price.

With that said, you’ll need to act fast as this one is a special limited time offer that’s available for today only.

Buy: SanDisk 200GB MicroSD Card from Amazon: $59.99 | usually $80

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