This SanDisk 1TB microSD card is at its cheapest ever on Amazon Prime Day

SanDisk 1TB microSD card - £189.99 at Amazon

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The SanDisk Extreme 1TB microSDXC memory card has seen its price drop by 36%, to its lowest ever level. At £190, it's a very cheap way to increase the capacity of your smartphone or laptop without breaking the bank.

If you're looking for a great value deal on a large capacity memory card, then Amazon has a top choice for you on Prime Day.

The retail giant has cut the price of the SanDisk Extreme 1TB microSDXC memory card from £297 to £190 - that's a saving of £107, or more than 36%.

First launched in April 2019, this SanDisk card is the cheapest around that offers 1TB storage and compares favourably with the 512GB version, which costs £114.

As well as expanding your smartphone, camera or laptop storage, don't forget you could also pop it into a USB converter to transform it into a 1TB USB flash drive.

The microSD card (officially known as the SDSQXA1-1T00-GN6MA) comes with a lifetime warranty and has built-in write protection to safeguard your precious content. It is also waterproof, shockproof, temperature proof and X-ray proof, unlike some of its more expensive competitors.

With a read speed of up to 160MBps and write speeds of 90MBps, this microSD is compatible with the new V30 and UHS Class 3 speed classes and should record videos at 4K without a hitch.

As always, it is advisable to secure your data by backing it up to an offsite cloud storage service. 

TechRadar is rounding up all the top deals over the Prime Day sales period, and we’ve put all the best Prime Day deals in an easy-to-navigate article to help you find the bargains you’re looking for.

Desire Athow
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