Amazon now offers sub-$100 priced 32GB microSD cards

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 ahigh-end smartphone with a 2-year contract. The more we begin to seemicroSD 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 nowoffering 32GB microSD cards in the under $100 price category –which should come to be a relief for some people with vociferousappetites. Although they might not seem as appealing as buying acouple of 16GB microSD cards, which are priced at approximately $30each, it still is nonetheless a lot better than the $200 and upprices 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 theprice is still good.

source: Amazon



1. DontHateOnS60

Posts: 872; Member since: Apr 20, 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.

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

SanDisk needs 32GB Ultra Mobile series ~

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