Millions of customers flock in their droves to purchase Samsung’s extremely respected EVO Select microSD cards. The offer of speed, performance, and reliability is often too good to turn down. With this deal, you get all of that, plus a price reduction of up to 35% thrown in for good measure.

If you were to invest in one of Samsung’s EVO Select cards with an internal capacity of 128GB, 256GB or 512GB, then you would have been asked to part with at least $25 earlier in the year. And, even at that price, the cards are still competitive and still manage to rank highly against cards by other manufacturers, such as industry-leading SanDisk. However, we’re not asking you to pay $25. To become an owner of the EVO Select, you can start off by spending only $19.99 going up to $119.99 for the 512GB variant.

For that financial outlay, you’re going to be getting your hands on one of the most reliable microSD cards on the market complete with an SD adapter to ensure that it works with all different types of machines and gadgets. The card itself is a Class 10 UHS 3 product with read speeds of up to 100MB/s and write speeds of up to 90MB/s. That type of performance basically means that the card should be good for all areas, including photographs, videos, gaming, and even storing content on new device types, such as drones. It is also going to give you a positive 4K experience.

In terms of what this can be used for, Samsung will, of course, tell you that this is the perfect memory card to be slotted into its Android-powered smartphones. And that is true. However, it is unbelievably varied in terms of what it can be used for and would immediately find a home in smartphones, drones, Android tablets, tablet PCs, action cameras, or even DSLRs and portable gaming systems if you have one of those in your life.

If you have a device which needs external storage and you have been looking for something with decent capacity at a more than reasonable price point, then this is definitely where you need to be looking.

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