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This 512GB micro SD card from SanDisk is half price at Amazon today

SanDisk has been one of the most reliable manufacturers of storage drives in recent years, be it a handy USB memory stick or a traditional SD card.

The most common form of digital storage people handle today is micro SD cards, thanks to how ubiquitous they are. Right now, this SanDisk micro SD card with its huge 512GB storage capacity is currently on sale for just £35 from Amazon. It’s half off retail price and one of the best SD card deals we’ve seen this Black Friday season. And it’s even better for our US readers where Amazon US has reduced it by 60 percent to just $39.99. This is a phenomenal price for an accessory that is almost a necessity for many of us.

This SanDisk Ultra micro SDXC card is rated Class 10, with transfer speeds of up to 150Mb per second. That’s enough for all devices that can handle it, including digital cameras and recording Full HD images. It even comes with a full-size SD card adapter so you can use it in devices that accept standard-sized SD cards, such as cameras.

Those speeds will also come in handy when it comes to playing games. It works perfectly with the Nintendo Switch and also to save games for your Steam Deck handheld. So many laptops, especially consumer non-gaming laptops, can only increase storage with just SD or microSD cards, so you can store and carry a bunch of games and media. With a capacity that corresponds to the SSDs of many laptops, you don’t have to fill it up quickly. And if you’re using an Android phone, it works easily with the range of handsets that support storage expansion using micro SD cards.

SD cards often go on sale during Black Friday and we’ve put together a guide to early offers available should you want something smaller. And make sure to follow us on jelly offers on Twitter. We’ll be posting offers on discounted items from a range of trusted retailers all day long.

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