If you’re old, like some of us here, the thought of having 400GB on your fingertip is mind-bending, and quite honestly, black magic. But that isn’t stopping the clever folk over at SanDisk from selling microSD cards with 400GB capacities, and they’re doing it at especially amazing prices thanks to Amazon.

Amazon normally sells the SanDisk 400GB microSD card for around $110, but right now you can pick it up for just $97.99, which is a bargain in anyone’s book. With a customer rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from thousands of reviews, it’s fair to say that this little slice of storage heaven is well regarded by those who need such huge amounts of storage. Like, say, anyone wanting to be able to install lots of games onto their Nintendo Switch without having to worry about whether they will for or, worse, having to choose between Mario Kart and any of the other great games appearing on the Switch these days.

This SanDisk microSD lets you boost your movie library tenfold, allowing you to add more hours to your watch list. And if speed is key for you, then you will be surprised to learn that this little card is Class 10 rated which means that it can read data at a speed of up to 100MB/s and write at least 10MB/s, which is pretty darn fast.

Just to keep things even more interesting, the card has extreme durability, being able to withstand shock, extreme temperatures, some splashes of water and even X-rays. Things are topped off by the fact that this card is optimized for phones and tablets allowing you to take your app experiences to the next level like you’re running them straight off the internal storage itself.

With fast speeds suited to video and photo work, these cards are also great options for photographers and high-end smartphone owners alike.

Buy: SanDisk Ultra 400GB Micro SDXC UHS-I Card with Adapter from Amazon: $97.99 | Original price $110

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