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External Hard Drives, Micro SD cards, Portable SSD Drives and more make sure our memories and important data are backed up locally for when we need it. Also, these products ensure we can download more games and have our digital libraries at our fingertips. Nintendo Switch relies on Micro SD cards, with Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, and PC all supporting external storage. Now, there’s no better time to get your hands on some external storage with up to 45% off Western Digital and Sandisk products.
Rather than just popping a link over and letting you filter through the results, although feel free to do so here, we’ve picked out some of the best savings right here (which are live for today only):
SanDisk 256GB microSDXC Card
Licensed for Nintendo Switch, this 256GB microSDXC card has up to 100MB/s read speed and 90MB/s write speed. It says it’s tried and tested for Nintendo Switch, but most microSDXC cards will work with Nintendo Switch, you can find their compatibility info here. At $36.79 (31% off), this deal is a steal.
SanDisk 1TB Extreme PRO Portable SSD
This portable SSD gives you the power of NVMe solid-state performance with up to 2000MB/s read/write speeds via USB 3.0, which is similar performance to SSD performance found in current-gen games consoles and internal PC SSDs. Of course, you’ll be at a slight disadvantage transferring data via USB 3.0 vs internal fixtures and fittings, but not by much. Coming in at $169.99 thanks for 45% off, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better portable SSD storage option that rocks 1TB.
WD_BLACK 4TB P50 Game Drive SSD
For those looking to store every game they own digitally in one place locally, Western Digital have you covered with the 4TB NVMe SSD portable storage. Those beautiful 2000MB/s read and write speeds will be darting back and forth via USB 3.0 as expected, which means faster loading times and a smoother experience overall. Working out at roughly $137.50 per terabyte, a $549.99 price point thanks to 27% off is a great deal.
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