If you need some extra storage for your photo, movie, or video game collections, this 2TB portable drive from WD should fit the bill for just $58, within a few cents of an all-time low.
A couple months with the new Synology DiskStation DS1618+ has demonstrated one thing above all: I should have bought a Synology NAS years ago.
The IKEA KALLAX shelf has become the ubiquitous (read: boring) storage for college students and 20-somethings alike. But, when you need to fit into a space that has not only a width restriction, but an awkward height one as well, you look elsewhere. And that’s where the LIXHULT comes in.
For nearly its entire lifespan as a console, Microsoft has made it exceptionally easy to add extra storage space to your Xbox One. And the best part is, you don’t have to buy any overpriced, Microsoft licensed gear to do it. So if your Xbox’s built-in storage overfloweth, here are our picks to get you started.
The PS4's storage situation isn’t quite as grim as when the system first launched in 2013. The console now ships with a terabyte of onboard storage by default, double what the original model included, and adding more space is as simple as plugging in an external hard drive. But if your hard drive is overflowing and…
Whether you need a spare card for your dash cam, your GoPro, your Switch, or anything else, this ultra-speedy 64GB Samsung microSD card is back down to $20 today.
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…
Update 2: Sold out again. Hope you got one!
Whether you need a small card for a dash cam, or a ton of space for Nintendo Switch games and 4K GoPro footage, this 128GB Samsung microSD card is down to $40 today on Amazon. We’ve seen it go as low as $37, but this deal is still $5 less than usual. I have this exact card in my own Switch, and it’s been great.
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.
Nestled between Good Friday and Easter Sunday is the holiest day of them all: World Backup Day. Amazon’s marking the occasion with a one-day sale on storage gear, so your own data can be resurrected.
Whether you need a spare card for your dash cam, your GoPro, your Switch, or anything else, Samsung’s 64GB and 128GB cards are both on sale today. I have the 128GB card in my own Switch, and it’s been great.
Who couldn’t use an extra terabyte? This Seagate Expansion drive doesn’t require an extra power cord, and is down to an all-time low $46 on Amazon today. Plug it into your PS4, plug it into your Xbox, plug it into your parents’ computer that hasn’t been backed up since the Bush administration. Just plug it in…
External hard drive enclosures typically only work with 2.5" or 3.5" drives, but this cable can plug into both. Plus, it leaves your hard drive or SSD drive bare and exposed on your desk, which is a cool look if you ask me. Just $16 today with promo code YV5QMUUL.
There’s no such thing as having too much flash storage, and it’s a whole bunch of it is on sale today on Amazon.
As if 6TB wasn’t enough space for nearly everyone, this external hard drive includes a couple of USB ports on the front, allowing you to plug in even more external storage devices, or just charge your phone. $115 is an all-time low price, but it probably won’t last long.
Build your dream closet with up to 30% off rolling garment racks, wall-mounted storage systems, and more in Home Depot’s one-day closet organization sale. Some of the shelving systems are already selling out, so don’t hesitate!
We’ve seen several deals on high capacity microSD cards lately, but Samsung’s EVO is one of the fastest models out there, and its 256GB variant just dropped to $100, an all-time low by a whopping $30. If you need a ton of storage for Switch games or GoPro footage, this is definitely worth a look.
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.
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.