Amazon is currently offering the SanDisk 200GB Ultra microSDXC Card for $22.49 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders over $25. Normally fetching $28, today’s offer amounts to 20% in savings and matches the all-time low set only once before. Ready to handle 100MB/s transfer speeds, SanDisk’s microSD card is ideal for everything from expanding the storage of your Android handset or a Nintendo Switch as it is for sticking in a DSLR or action camera. A bundled SD card adapter ensures it’ll work with a variety of devices, and makes it easy to retrieve footage or other files. Rated 4.7/5 stars. Head below for more.
Western Digital has unveiled refreshed SanDisk Extreme solid-state drives that double the performance found in its previous-generation offerings. Both SanDisk Extreme and Extreme PRO retain a familiar design despite receiving an impressive speed upgrade. According to SanDisk, this feat had been made possible, thanks to new and improved NVMe technology. The base model boasts 1,050MB/s read and up to 1,000MB/s write performance while the PRO offering clocks in at 2,000MB/s for both read and write. Continue reading to learn more.
SanDisk just announced the “world’s fastest UHS-I SD card” with a massive 1TB capacity alongside new CFexpress Cards. This will be a go-to for videographers and photographers alike who hate having to change out SD cards mid-shoot. Plus, G-Technology launched a new 5TB ArmorATD rugged portable hard drive and 2TB Mobile Pro SSD. Keep reading to find out how these products can help make your mobile workflow that much better.
When SanDisk unveiled the “world’s fastest” 1TB microSD card earlier this year, many (including myself) were impressed. With mainstream 2.5-inch solid state drives typically capping out at 4TB, it’s unbelievable that 1024GB of storage can be crammed onto something that’s roughly the size of a fingernail. Not only is it possible, but it’s now beginning to make an official appearance at some retailers, inviting you to stow every Switch game on a teeny-tiny microSD card.
After first being announced back at MWC in late February, the SanDisk 1TB microSD card is now available for purchase. It arrived on the scene this winter to much fanfare as the world’s first terabyte portable storage in this small of a form factor, alongside a similar release from Micron. As we noted in our announcement coverage, that’s a lot of Nintendo Switch games. But now that the card is officially available, how will it play into a crowded field of contenders looking to store your content? Head below for more on today’s release.
With camera laden drones filling the sky and action cameras in just about everyone’s hands at this point, the need for portable and reliable storage is at an all-time high. While cloud-like services are, in many ways, just as viable an option as physical media, there’s nothing like a handy SD card in a pinch when your drives are getting full.
As part of its Mobile World Congress showcase announcements, Western Digital and SanDisk have a number of new SSDs on the slate as well what is being called the “world’s fastest UHS-I flash memory card.”
When I reviewed SanDisk’s new Lightning to USB flash drive for iPhone back in April, I noted it was one of the best yet. Today the company is launching a new product that essentially offers the same functionality— extra storage for files that you can access from a companion iOS app— but in the form factor of a sleek iPhone 6/6s case.
Use SanDisk’s largest capacity microSD card to add 200GB of additional storage to your Android device, camera or tablet. That’s enough space to store up to 20 hours of Full HD video content. It’s an Amazon favorite with 5,300 reviewers delivering a collective 4.6/5 star rating.
Today, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, SanDisk has announced a new line of flash drives for USB-C devices. With Apple and Google both introducing this new connector over the last year, it’s no surprise that SanDisk has made this move. More below.
As part of the Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon offers a savings of up to 60% on select audio accessories that make great stocking stuffers. All the items ship for free on orders padded over $35 or with a Prime membership. The AmazonBasics Ultra-Portable Nano Bluetooth Speaker (black, blue or yellow) is only $11.99 Prime shipped.…
Chances are, you’ll be doing some traveling this holiday season. Or perhaps you have someone on your gift list that is a regular puddle jumper. Below you’ll find my top-picks for either scenario that will keep all your devices organized and operating at peak performance.
Update (12/12 1:00pm): We’ve chosen our winners – @DHermanStudio, @refxian220 and @asura. Thank you to everyone that entered our contest!
Increasing app and photo file sizes have made managing mobile device storage tougher than ever. At one time or another, we’ve all run out of space on our iPhones and as a result were unable to snap a memorable picture or download an important document. An easy way to overcome this issue (outside of buying a new device) is to backup data more frequently and offload large media files with a USB flash drive.
Newegg is offering the SanDisk 960GB Ultra II SATA 6Gbps SSD for $199.99 shipped. If you pad your order to over $200 (this audio cable will do the trick), enter the code VCOBF15 and use Visa Checkout to drop your price down to $174.99 shipped. That’s $25 off the regular sale price/ Amazon’s current listing and the lowest we can find. It…
Update (11/24 2:15pm): The Tiger Direct deal is now sold out, but Amazon has dropped its price down to $99.99 shipped. TigerDirect is offering the SanDisk 200GB Ultra UHS-I Class 10 microSDXC Memory Card (SDSDQUAN-200G-G4A) for $99.99. If you pad your order to over $100 (these headphones will do the trick) and also pay with Visa Checkout the price of the card will…
Update (8/31 4:18pm ET): Amazon also has the SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD for $200 shipped. That’s $20 off the previous low price and the lowest that has ever been offered by Amazon. This card has a speed of up to 90MB/s, holds up to 20 hours of Full HD video, and even comes with an SD adapter for cameras that only have standard SD slots. This price is matched at Best Buy, B&H, and adorama.
It’s time to head back to school, so you’ll want to be sure you’ve got the latest gear to start the school year off right. We’ve already rounded up the best Apple gear at 9to5Mac and you can always count on 9to5Google for the latest Android news and gear. Of course, at 9to5Toys we’re focused on bringing you the best deals on the web each day but today we’re focused on our favorite electronics, toys and deals to get the school year started.
Apple doesn’t make it easy to expand the storage of its mobile devices. This becomes a big issue when you start shooting HD videos and downloading Retina apps. Most people (especially 16GB device owners) wind up filling their devices to the point that they don’t have enough space to install updates. Over the past couple of years SanDisk’s Connect wireless flash drives have been one of the best ways to workaround this problem: they allow you to have access to huge media files whenever you want and to take as many pictures as you want without eating up precious on-board storage.
This morning SanDisk released its new Connect Wireless Stick. This drive has a refreshed design, lower price point and is now available with up to 128GB. I’ve been using it for the past few days. Read on to find out my first impressions of it:
Update (7/20 5:00pm): @tommychen and @mr_avery are our winners – thank you to everyone for entering our giveaway!
In celebration of the 10th year anniversary of microSD cards, SanDisk is partnering with 9to5Toys to give readers the chance to win one of its 200GB microSD storage options. This is the “world’s first” card of its type with that amount of space for storing photos, videos, files and more.
Head below for the full details on how you can win one of these microSD cards for your MacBook, phone or digital camera.
It features transfer speeds of up to 90MB/s and packs enough storage to accommodate up to 20 hours of full HD video. By no means is this card necessary for average consumers, but professionals with a big tech budget may be able to justify it. MicroSD cards make for great additions to phones and digital cameras for storing photos, videos or apps and can be even be added to MacBooks with one of these adapters. SanDisk’s 128GB version priced at $78.99 is the smarter purchase for most people.
SanDisk’s 200GB beauty is currently the “world’s highest capacity microSD card,” but that may soon change since Microdia already detailed its plans for a 512GB card.
Best Buy has the SanDisk Ultra 32GB Micro USB/USB 3.0 Flash Drive for only $14.99 shipped. That’s $25 off the original list price, almost $3 less than Amazon and the lowest we’ve seen. It has both micro-USB and USB 3.0 connectors (the microUSB makes it easy to transfer data to/from android phones/tablets) with up to 130MB/s file…
After announcing new internal solid-state drives last week, SanDisk is back again with new portable storage options for Mac and PC users. This time the popular accessory manufacturer has expanded its line of portable SSDs and USB 3.0 Flash Drives.
Head below for the full details, pricing and availability.
Memory and computer accessory maker SanDisk has revealed details on new solid-state drives (SSD) coming to its family of storage products. The new Z400s SSD is designed to boost speeds and provide a more secure option that is less likely to fail. Head below for full details, pricing and PR on today’s announcement.
SanDisk has taken the wraps off “the world’s highest capacity microSD card.” Packed with 200GB of speedy flash storage, the SanDisk Ultra microSDXC Premium Edition card represents a jump of 56% over the previous record holder. It can move data at up to 90MB/s, which SanDisk says is fast enough to transfer up to 1,200 photos per minute.
A 200GB microSD card is an eye-popping achievement. Just consider that it’s more space than many people’s laptops and more than 150% larger than the biggest available iPhone. Slide it into your Android smartphone or tablet, GoPro, and other portable gadgets and you’ll instantly have access to a massive amount of storage.
Introduced this morning on the floor of CES, The ChillHub is a refrigerator with two 4-port USB hubs, built-in Wi-Fi, and an open-source iOS-compatible app. The idea is that you can access sensor data and control the fridge components remotely. This “first-of-its-kind platform” enables the development of new hardware products that benefit from operating inside a cooled space.
FirstBuild, the company that developed the “smart fridge,” describe ChillHub as an open development platform designed for “makers, hackers, tinkerers and developers”.
Head below to see more new products unveiled at CES this morning including: Harman, SanDisk, Linksys, and Netgear.
Also at Rakuten, is the Crucial MX100 Series 256GB 2.5″ Serial ATA 6Gb/s SSD for $112.99. The code: MP30 and checkout with MasterPass drops the price to only $82.99 shipped.That’s $30 off the regular price and the lowest we’ve seen (including the week of Black Friday). Features include: a sequential write of : 300/500MB/s and a sequential read of: 550MB/s
Use this newly released MFi flash drive to backup, transfer, and view photos or videos from your iPhone, iPad, PC, or Mac. Great for traveling when you suddenly can’t snap anymore pictures because you ran out of space on your iPhone. Also, load it up with videos (WMV, .AVI, .MKV, .MP4, .MOV) to take your favorite TV shows/movies mobile without eating up all of your iPhone or iPad’s internal storage.
SanDisk is today launching a new Made-for-iPhone/iPad product called iXpand that integrates a Lightning connector into a traditional USB Flash Drive device. Like similar products that have recently started hitting the market, the iXpand makes it easier to transfer content between iOS devices and computers with standard USB ports by including Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector in addition to a traditional USB plug.
It quickly captures, plays back, and transfers media files, including 1080p full-HD and 3D video. It has a read transfer speed up to 90MB/s (600x) and can store up to 4 hours of 1080p HD video; 12,900 photos; or 7,400 songs. It also comes with a high-speed USB 3.0 reader. You get a limited lifetime warranty for the microSDHC UHS-I card and 1-year limited warranty for USB 3.0 reader. It received 4.4/5 stars from Amazon customers with great reviews.
With it you can store more photos and videos on your smartphone and tablet without running out of space. It can transfer up to 40MB/sec and it’s video rated so you can capture full HD video without interruption. It also includes a full-size SDHC adapter for use in all SDHC host devices such as digital cameras, camcorders and laptop PCs.
Here’s a few more notable storage solutions we found today:
Based on blockbuster preorders and city spanning launch lines, many new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners probably had to settle for a different model than they had originally hoped for. iPhone 6 Plus buyers were hit harder as many retail outlets are now quoting October and November shipping estimates for Apple’s largest smartphone.
If you were lusting over the new 128GB models and ended up with 64GB or even 16GB, then you may want to consider these wireless options for increasing your iPhone’s storage capacity…
SanDisk is introducing the “world’s highest capacity SDXC card” with the new 512GB SanDisk Extreme PRO SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Memory Card. Designed for photography professionals or anyone who needs a large amount of SD storage for 4K/HD footage and images, SanDisk says the pro model cards are its “most powerful, highest capacity UHS-I SD memory cards” to date.
Head below for more details, pricing and a quick introduction video:
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, SanDisk has just announced a new accessory that will make many Android users very happy. The company has unveiled the world’s first ever 128GB microSD card. More specifically, the card uses the microSDXC standard, meaning that it works with devices only that are compatible with XC, not just the lower-end HC.
SanDisk does note, however, that the card is “designed for Android” and will be fully compatible with many Android devices. In addition to this new 128GB card, SanDisk will also be updating its “Memory Zone” app for Android, which allows users to easily and access files stored on microSD cards. The app also allows users to back up content to it and free-up internal device memory. A new “OptiMem” will automatically transfer older photos on a device to external memory.
The availability of 128GB microSD cards also signals that we could soon start seeing Android devices with 128GB of internal storage. This would be a big upgrade, especially when the operating system on many devices takes up more than 6GB of space.
The 128GB SanDisk microSD card will run $199.99 when it is released. The card will be available exclusively from Amazon and BestBuy.
The SanDisk features Full HD video recording performance available with class 10 rating, faster app performance with transfer speeds up to 30MB/s, and it’s water-proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, and shock proof.
Groupon has the Eye-Fi 16GB Pro X2 SDHC Class 10 Wireless Memory Card for $69.99 with free shipping. That’s a savings of $20 off Amazon’s current listing price and 30% below retail. The Eye-Fi memory card allows photographers to wirelessly beam video and images from digital cameras to computers, smartphones, or tablets – Streamlining the editing process and making it quicker for casual users to share their memories with friends and family. It features ultra-fast Class 10 speeds, WEP WiFi security, and support for a wide array of digital cameras. It gets 3.5 out of 5 stars from Amazon reviewers. This deal is scheduled to end in just under 2 days or when supplies are exhausted.
Also, as part of their daily deals,Best Buy is offering two SanDisk memory cards at 56% below retail. Both the SanDisk Ultra 64GB SDXC and SanDisk Pixtor 64GB microSDHC are only $44 with free shipping or in-store pickup. Perfect for digital cameras or increasing storage on your Mac laptop. Deal ends tonight.
Update: Amazon has price-matched Best Buy, now you have your choice of which retailer to grab this deal from.
As one of their Deals of the Day, Best Buy is offering up to 66% savings on SanDisk Cruzer Switch Flash Drives. Your choice between a 8GB drive for $6 or 16Gb for $10, both include free shipping. As a pricing comparison, these drives retail for $18 / $28 but the typical street price is closer to $10 / $13 (per Amazon). Compatible with PC & Mac and includes a keychain attachment for improved accessibility.
Today only, Dealfisher is offering the 8GB SanDisk Sanza Fuze mp3 player refurb for just $19.99 with free shipping. This manufacturer refurb is $30 off the next best new price and $90 off the regular list price bringing you a total savings of $70 (78% off). The Sanza Fuze features a 2.4-inch display, expandable microSDHC slot and a built in FM tuner. More specs below the fold:
You’ll be able to watch video on the 2.4-inch screen, share photos, listen to FM radio, record voice memos, and more–all in a device that is just 0.43-inches thin. 8GB of Internal memory and a microSDHC expansion slot give you plenty of storage options for your digital media…
The SanDisk Solid State Drive offers an easy, affordable way to upgrade the performance of your laptop or PC. This entry-level solid state drive (SSD) delivers much faster performance than a traditional hard drive**, with read speeds of up to 490 MB/s1. You’ll experience faster bootup, quicker program loading, and more fluid performance in games and multimedia applications. The SSD also delivers seamless installations and file transfers, thanks to write speeds of up to 350 MB/s1.
Buy.com offers the SanDisk Extreme 240GB M4 2.5″ Serial ATA 6Gb/s Internal SSD, model no. SDSSDX-240G-G25, for $219.99 with free shipping ($0.92/GB). That’s $30 under our mention from two weeks ago and the lowest total price we could find by $66. It features read speeds of up to 550MB/s and write speeds of up to…
Amazon has the SanDisk Ultra Class 10 SDHC Cards for under $1/GB in 64 and 32GB capacities. With free shipping ($0.91/GB), that’s the lowest total price we could find by $2 and the best deal we’ve ever seen for a SanDisk Class 10 SDHC card in these sizes. Class 10 devices can transfer speeds at up to 30MB/second.