Amazon now offers sub-$100 priced 32GB microSD cards
When they were first rolled out, purchasing a 32GB microSD card was equally as much as buying a high-end smartphone with a 2-year contract. The more we begin to see microSD card packing some serious storage into their tiny confines, naturally, they'll sport some unwieldy prices accordingly with it.
However, we're starting to see a change in that since Amazon is now offering 32GB microSD cards in the under $100 price category – which should come to be a relief for some people with vociferous appetites. Although they might not seem as appealing as buying a couple of 16GB microSD cards, which are priced at approximately $30 each, it still is nonetheless a lot better than the $200 and up prices they were previously flaunting.
So if it's worth enough to you, then yo may want to catch a few of these memory juggernauts while the price is still good.
1. DontHateOnS60 (Posts: 839; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
Sandisk only makes a class 2 though. Bought a TOPRAM class 4 because I couldn't wait for Kingston to release theirs. Performance is actually good for a brand I've never heard of. How long it lasts is yet to be determined.