SanDisk’s 200GB microSD Card Drops From $250 To $79 For Limited Time
We may live in a time where some of the biggest flagship smartphones on the planet don’t offer a way to add storage via a microSD card, but most handsets still do. While the case for losing microSD card functionality usually surrounds structural integrity and the quest for ever thinner smartphones, if you need as much storage as possible, then you’re going to want to be able to add it via one of those cards.
If your smartphone, tablet, high-end camera or a laptop/MacBook does have a microSD card slot and you need as much storage as possible, then you are unlikely to find anything bigger than SanDisk’s 200GB Ultra offering. Normally priced at an eye-watering $250, those looking to get their hands on a considerable chunk of storage can now do so for less than $80.
People who need this kind of storage are likely to be those who need to move a lot of heavy-duty media around. Photographers taking RAW images, people recording 4K video and those wanting to keep as much media on a tablet or smartphone for entertaining the kids will all benefit from having a 200GB SD card at their disposal, and at $79.99 for the next few hours, you can’t do much better than this SanDisk Ultra.
Get more out of your Android-based smartphone or tablet with the SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card. The world’s first 200GB capacity microSDXC card allows you to store up to 20 hours of Full HD video so you never have to stop shooting, saving, and sharing. When it’s time to move your data off the card, read speeds of up to 90MB/s allow you to transfer up to 1,200 pictures per minute from card to PC.
SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Card specifications
The world’s first microSD card of this capacity, buyers of cards of this ilk will want to do so while this offer is still on. There may be faster cards around, but if capacity is of utmost importance, this card is for you.
Be quick, though – this offer is only available for the remainder of Boxing Day in the United States, so if you have your finger hovering over that checkout button, we suggest you click it before it’s too late. That’s one expensive mistake if you end up buying this thing at a later date and at full retail price!