Need Some Storage? 8 Deals on SD Cards, USB Sticks, and SSDs
This time in the year when your family and friends are at their fullest potential. From Halloween costumes to lots of dinners to holidays, you’ll take photos and videos in great abundance. That means you need a place to store all the precious memory-or whatever you want to archive-on deals on SD cards, USB sticks, and more.
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SD Card Deals
These Lexar SD cards are perfect for professional style DSLRs or mirrorless cameras capable of full size SD card. They can handle up to 250 megabytes per second, making them much easier to handle even when recording video in 4K, if your camera can do it. You can even shave an extra dollar if you buy two at a time. It will always drop from $ 50 to $ 36, but it’s an extremely short price.
If your smartphone, tablet, or Nintendo Switch doesn’t have enough storage space for all your stuff, a compact 1-terabyte MicroSD card might be the last thing you’ll need to buy for a while. This card used to be just as cheap, and for a full terabyte of space, it’s worth it for peace of mind that you don’t have to erase. Breath in the Forest AGAIN
It never hurts to have a spare Micro SD card or three around. These PNY cards aren’t the fastest around – even at 100 megabytes per second, they’re still as fast as almost anything you can throw at them – but the three -pack of 64 GB cards worth $ 20 isn’t ‘y makapangusmo.
SSD and USB Drives deals
The Crucial X6 is our preferred portable SSD for good reason: It’s lightweight, surprisingly fast, and one of the most reasonable price drives even on a normal day. Now, it’s even cheaper at as low as $ 142. If you’re in the market, there’s never been a better time to get our favorite SDD out.
USB drives can be very useful provided by companies for free, but getting one with enough space can be huge. That’s where this PNY 1-terabyte drive comes in. With more space than you’ve ever needed, and a slot to put it in your keychain, it could be the first USB drive you’re afraid of losing. It’s been drifting from $ 200 to $ 155 in recent months, but it’s the lowest price we’ve seen.
If you’re buying a pair of USB drives for the entire office, or you just keep losing yourself, it can be expensive to get new sticks. Fortunately, this PNY pack will sell you 10 per hour for $ 28, or a little under three for the cost of a pop. Every 32 gigabytes each has plenty to give everyone on the team the space they need to be able to provide documents and presentations without breaking the bank.
Other Storage Deals
Few upgrades can speed up your computer like replacing an SSD. If your motherboard supports PCIe NVMe Gen 3 drives, this 2-terabyte drive from Crucial can give you a ton of extra storage space while delivering an increase in load times for your preferences. app and game.
Storage for your NAS is where the real cost lives, but it’s this drive from Toshiba that makes it a quick fix to swallow. A single 14-terabyte drive will only use one of your limited bays on a NAS, while still giving you tons of storage in (hopefully) years to come.
When it comes to basic storage-enhancing tasks like video editing, there’s no such thing as too much storage. Fortunately there are portable containers like the WD hard drive that have as much as 16 terabytes of space. More than enough to store all the projects and raw files you need to bring to your work.
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