Right now is a great time to get your hands on one of SanDisk’s largest capacity microSD cards, with the SanDisk Ultra 256GB A1 microSD card now available for just $54.99. That’s quite a saving on the normal asking price of $78 and at that price, it’s hard to say no.
For your money you’re going to get an A1-rated card, which means it’s a nice, fast option for anything from smartphones to Nintendo Switches. We’re talking transfer rates of up to 100MB/s, and just like the rest of the SanDisk Ultra line, it’s shock-resistant as well as safe for use in extreme temperatures.
This card is also X-ray-proof and can even take a tumble into water without too many concerns. As you might expect with all this, SanDisk is happy to offer a 10-year limited warranty for its card, making this quite a steal even at its standard $78 price. Oh, and there’s a standard SD card adapter included for ease-of-use, too.
If you haven’t placed your order yet, we suggest doing it before the price goes back up. Everyone needs more storage in their life, and if you’re a heavy photo taker or video recorder, 256GB is a great capacity to add to your arsenal.
If you do want something larger or indeed smaller, SanDisk does have cards ranging from the minuscule 8GB all the way up to the mammoth 400GB, so no matter what your needs, there’s a card for you. We’re not sure about the current value of that 400GB card, but if you need sheer numbers of gigabytes, that’s a way to go.
Buy: SanDisk Ultra 256GB microSDXC UHS-I card with Adapter from Amazon: $54.99 | Original price: $78
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