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SanDisk 512GB Extreme microSD is down to all-time low of $39.99

A SanDisk microSD memory card

If you have a modern device with a microSD slot and think it can benefit from an extra hundreds of gigabytes, grab one of SanDisk's Extreme microSDXC cards. The 512GB variant is now available on Amazon with a massive 63% discount, allowing you to get one for only $39.99 and save a nice amount of $69.

If 512GB is too much or you cannot afford this configuration, grab the 128GB variant with a 50% discount. It will set you back only $12.99, saving $7 to spend elsewhere.

SanDisk's Extreme microSDXC memory cards operate at speeds of up to 190MB/s read and 130MB/s write, enough to record 4K or even 5K video without interruptions or stutters. They are also A2-rated for snappy app performance on devices that support transferring applications to removable media, such as Android smartphones or tablets.

A SanDisk microSD memory card

Finally, you can use the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC lineup in extreme environments thanks to its shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and X-ray-proof design. And if you happen to delete a file or a few accidentally, RescuePRO Deluxe file recovery software bundled with each card will help you recover them (2-year license).

In addition to the discounted 128GB and 512GB variants, SanDisk offers its Extreme memory cards in additional storage configurations, such as 1TB for $101.88, 256GB for $21.99, and 64GB for only $10.99. Keep in mind that cards with lower capacity operate at slightly lower speeds, but they are still snappy enough for high-performance applications and operations, such as taking large numbers of photos or recording high-resolution videos.

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