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The $35 PNY 256GB Elite-X microSD card supports 4K UHD recordings at a new low price

With all the cameras and drones capable of capturing 4K footage nowadays, you'll want to have a microSD card that can efficiently handle the large file sizes of such recordings. PNY's 256GB Elite-X microSD card (opens in new tab) is a stellar choice for instance, and today it's even at a new low price on Amazon of $34.99. Considering it's sold for up to $70 this year and more recently around $55, today's price drop is one you shouldn't pass up.

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This microSD card features a read speed of up to 100MB/s and comes with an SD adapter.

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As part of today's one-day deals Amazon has a variety of PNY microSD cards on sale, including this Elite-X 128GB card for $6 off. Whether you need a card for your Nintendo Switch, Android phone, Chromebook or anything else, this is the one to get.

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This Class 10 microSD card features up to 100MB/s read speed, allowing you to transfer a full-length movie in just a few seconds. Whether you're planning to use it with your smartphone, tablet, dash cam, drone, or maybe the Nintendo Switch (opens in new tab), this microSD card can handle it all. An SD adapter is included as well so you can use this in full-size SD card slots.

Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
2 Comments
  • The problem is, it's still a PNY card. The only cards & hard drives I have ever had crash.
  • I want to like it but never had a good experience with pny.. Well only one and bad... Like with anker. Have Samsung cards that work for years no problem. Why Samsung over SanDisk? Don't know.