Amazon is having a huge sale on Western Digital and SanDisk storage devices, with some of the lowest prices we've seen on several microSDXC cards, hard drives, NAS drives, and flash drives.
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A battle has been raging to create microSD storage cards that can handle larger amounts of data. And while some 512GB cards have been revealed as "in the works," a UK firm has beat them to the punch.
Amazon is currently offering a 128GB SanDisk Ultra Class 10 microSDXC card for just £25.99 in the UK, down from its full list price of £59.99 - but the offer won't be available for very long.
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Our September giveaway of the Lumia 640 XL and Sandisk 64GB microSDXC card was one of our most popular ever - so in the first of our Christmas giveaways, we're giving you the chance to win them again!
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SanDisk's 200GB Class 10 Ultra microSDXC card is currently available in the UK for £108.99, 21% less than its usual price of £137.99 - but you'll only be able to grab it at that price today.
SanDisk said in March that its new 200GB microSDXC card would be available to buy this quarter priced at $400 - but the card has now gone on sale with a price tag that's far lower than expected.
Californian company Microdia says its new 512GB microSDXC SD4.0 UHS-II Card, offering data transfer speeds of up to 300MB/s, will go on sale in July - but it won't be cheap.
Sony says its new 64GB microSDXC card offers 'premium sound' for its $160 price tag - five times higher than a 'normal' card - but its promises of offering better audio quality are dubious at best.