The Nintendo Switch’s built-in 32GB of flash storage is wholly inadequate for pretty much everyone. Even if you buy all of your games physically, many AAA titles require large downloads and patches to supplement the content on the cartridge, and that’s not even getting into digital-only eShop games and optional DLC,…
This 256GB flash drive has a retractable USB-C connector on one end for your newer devices, and a retractable standard USB port on the other for older computers. It’s going to be a long time until USB-C completely supplants the older connector, so you’ll definitely get some use out of this thing. $65 is the best price…
If you don’t mind waiting out a small backorder, this massive 400GB microSD card is down to an all-time low $180 on Amazon right now. You’re still paying a premium per-gigabyte price, which is typical for bleeding edge flash storage tech. But if you own a lot of Switch games, or capture a lot of 4K footage, it might…
You can never have enough flash storage, especially when you can fit 200GB of files on a card the size of your pinkie nail, all for $62, a solid discount from its usual ~$73. This would be perfect for those massive Nintendo Switch games, or for popping into your phone, dash cam, or GoPro.
Knock on wood, but SSD pricing seems like it might finally be recovering from a multi-year, worldwide NAND shortage. Upgrade your PC with a 250GB drive from SanDisk today for just $75, or go all out and get a terabyte for $230, both all-time low prices.
If you don’t mind waiting out a small backorder, this massive 400GB microSD card is down to an all-time low $185 on Amazon right now, beating last week’s deal by $5. That’ll hold a lot of Switch games, phone apps, and GoPro footage.
4K GoPro footage and Nintendo Switch games take up a ton of space, but you could hold plenty of both with these discounted microSD cards.
4K GoPro footage and Nintendo Switch games take up a ton of space, but you could hold plenty of both with this 200GB microSD card from SanDisk, now down to $63. That’s not the best price we’ve seen—it was briefly available for $50 around Black Friday—but it’s the best price Amazon’s listed this year.
An SSD is one of the best upgrades you can buy for your computer (or PS4), and $230 is the best price Amazon’s listed on this 960GB drive in over a year. That’s not as cheap as it was before the worldwide NAND shortage began a couple of years ago, but otherwise, it’s a great deal.
An SSD is one of the best upgrades you can give to your computer (or PS4), and $130 matches the best price we’ve seen on this 500GB SanDisk.
A couple capacities of SanDisk’s tiny external SSDs are marked down to all-time low prices today on Amazon. Not everyone needs these, but they’re spacious, rugged, and compared to most flash drives, extremely fast.
Yesterday’s big SanDisk sale is expired, but a few items remain at or near their all-time low prices for Black Friday, including some microSD cards that’ll work with your new action cam or Nintendo Switch.
There’s no such thing as owning too much flash storage, and you can stock up on flash drives and SD cards in Amazon Black Friday sale.
If you need a lot of space to store GoPro footage, Nintendo Switch games, or anything else that you can put on a microSD card, this massive 200GB model is down to its second lowest price ever on Amazon right now.
Update: Back in stock!
Higher capacity cards get more attention in the age of Nintendo Switch games and 4K GoPro footage, but if 64GB is all you need from a microSD card, $23 is a couple bucks off the usual going rate for this SanDisk card. It was cheaper during a Gold Box deal a few weeks ago, but otherwise, it’s been pretty stubbornly…
It’s backordered by a few weeks, and still priced at a premium by virtue of being cutting edge, but $124 is the best price Amazon’s ever offered on this 256GB microSD card, and about $26 less than usual. If you need to store a lot of 4K footage from your action cam, or games on your Switch, this is as big as these…
This 64GB flash drive has a retractable USB-C connector on one end for your newer devices, and a retractable standard USB port on the other for older computers. If that’s something you could use, $22 is within a few cents of an all-time low.
There’s no such thing as owning too much flash storage, and you can stock up on flash drives and SD cards in today’s Amazon Gold Box.
Update: Sold out on Amazon. It should also be available from Best Buy, but their site is currently not working for me. We’ll add a link when we can.