Thankfully, microSD storage has seen a steady decline in pricing over the last year or so, and that continues today with the SanDisk Ultra 32GB card falling to its lowest price yet. Normally retailing for around $8 apiece but anything up to $15, right now you can pick one of these cards up for just $6.85.
The card itself comes with a microSD to SD card adapter, making it easy to use in something like a notebook computer. Transfer speeds are reasonable, with a read speed of up to 100MB/s. The card is rated for U1 and Class 10, making it the perfect choice for use in anything from video recorders to a Nintendo Switch.
Being solid state, the card is resistant to shock, water, X-rays, and extreme temperatures and all of that adds up to a pretty impressive 10-year warranty direct from SanDisk.
This may not be the largest capacity microSD card available, but at this price it’s difficult to turn down. Whether you’re wanting to add a little room for apps to your phone, or need a card to record dash cam video to, this is one card should keep you happy. And did we mention it’s a great price?
SanDisk is one of the biggest names in storage and for good reason. With 4.5 stars from almost 14,000 reviews, it’s fair to say that you’re very unlikely to be disappointed in your purchase. Be sure to get your order in soon though – microSD card pricing can be nothing if not volatile.
Buy: SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I card with Adapter from Amazon: $6.85 | Original price $15
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