Deal: SanDisk's monstrous 200 GB microSD card is down to just $89

Deal: SanDisk's monstrous 200 GB microSD card is down to just $89
Having expandable storage is a great asset to mobile device owners. Rather than being forced to delete important photos, documents, music and other content, one can simply pop in a memory card and continue the hoarding bonanza. microSD is by far the most common form of storage media at present, and while these cards can be cheap to purchase, it always pays to be wary of the fakes. SanDisk is a name synonymous with quality and reverence in this field -- one that many gadget owners swear by. For a limited time, you can snag SanDisk's monstrous 200-gig microSD card off Amazon for just $89.95. 

With a list price of $250, the SanDisk Ultra 200 GB Micro SD has been sold at $160.04 for a while now. But for the time being, you can grab all of that real estate for less than 90 bucks delivered. It should be noted that many smartphones and tablets only allow for an additional 128 GB to be recognized, but the deal extends to smaller storage denominations of this particular microSD card. Thus, you can grab 128 GB for $44.95 (down from $105), and there are similarly large savings to be had on the 64, 32, 16 and 8 GB versions as well. 

Each comes with an SD adapter for use in cameras and other devices that utilize full-size SD cards. With a 10-year manufacturer warranty to boot, this is a pretty good chance to snag a quality microSD at a rock-bottom price. 

If you are interested in picking up a SanDisk microSD on the cheap, be sure to hit that source link below.

source: Amazon via Android Central

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