Samsung EVO Stories September 11, 2015

expiredSamsung Storage: 64GB MicroSDXC $19 (Reg. $23+), 850 Pro 1TB Solid-State Drive $420 (Reg. $450), more

Amazon offers the Samsung 64GB EVO Class 10 MicroSDXC card for $18.74 with free shipping for Prime members or on orders of $35+. Today’s deal is $41 off the original listing, $5 better than next trusted retailer and the lowest price we can find.

Rated 4.6/5 stars by 12,000+ Amazon customers. Features include up to 48MB/s transfer speeds, waterproof design and a five-year warranty. These MicroSDXC cards are an excellent way to add storage to your Android smartphone, camera, and other devices.

Next up, Newegg is currently discounting the Samsung 850 Pro 1TB 2.5-inch Internal Solid-State Drive to $419.99 shipped after coupon code EMCAXKK24 is applied during checkout. This SSD originally retailed for $80 more, today’s price is $19 better than Amazon, $10 less than our previous mention and the lowest offering we can find. Samsung’s 850 Pro SSDs has 3D V-NAND technology, up to 550MB/s transfer speeds and a ten-year warranty. Rated 4.8/5 stars at Amazon.

Best Buy has the PNY Turbo Plus 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive for $9.99 shipped. That’s 30-50% lower than similar USB 3.0 capacities and the best price we can find on this model. Rated 4.7/5 stars by 1,500 Best Buy customers. This Flash Drive is capable of USB 3.0 speeds that can transfer files at up to 70MB/s.

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Amazon has two of the most popular (4.7/5 star rating from thousands of reviewers) microSD cards available at their best prices ever:

Prime members (free trial) receive free 2-day shipping on both memory cards. Otherwise, you’ll need to spend at least $35 to sidestep shipping costs. Alternatively, these deals are also available via Best Buy (Evo & Pro models) so you could buy from there and opt for free in-store pickup.

Both of these fast microSD cards are good candidates for your Android smartphone/tablet and digital camera. However, I’d stick with the Pro version if you’re planning to use it in a GoPro. You could also pick up one of these handy adapters to use either of these memory cards as semi-permanent storage for your MacBook Air or Pro. expand full story

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