Samsung's Evo Select microSD cards are extremely popular and for good reason. They are some of the fastest and most reliable microSD cards out there. Well, thanks to Black Friday they are also dropping down to some of the lowest prices we have ever seen. That's really saying something considering these cards were already significantly dropping in price over the last few months. Every capacity is on sale right now.
The most unique deal is the 32GB card. It doesn't go on sale as nearly as often as the others. Today it's down to $5.99, and that's more than half off its regular $13 street price. That's so cheap you could easily stock up with several cards for all your different devices.
The 64GB version is down to $10.99. It was only as low as $14 at the end of October and as high as $18 before that. The 128GB card is down to $19.99. That's $5 better than its last sale price and $15 off its regular street value. The 256GB card is $15 better than the next lowest price we've ever seen.
Samsung's Evo Select microSD cards are extremely popular cards, and there's a good reason for that. This Class 10 UHS 3 card has read speeds of up to 100MB/s and write speeds of up to 90MB/s. It works great for recording video (even 4K), as well as playing mobile games, taking pictures, and more. The card comes with a full-sized SD card adapter as well so you can put it into devices that accept SD cards instead of microSD cards.
MicroSD cards are used in a wide variety of ways, and if you're shopping around this Black Friday, you should probably know a few of the devices that use these. For example, Amazon has half a dozen Android smartphones on sale for Prime members. That's a new sale we just shared yesterday, and all of those phones can have their storage augmented with one of these cards.
If you're looking to get a Nintendo Switch, which we expect will be one of Black Friday's top deals, you'll want a high-capacity microSD card for it since it lacks a lot of dedicated storage space. That way you can keep playing all your favorite games.
So many other devices including security cameras, action cameras, drones, and more depend on microSD cards. Whatever you're looking for, be sure to grab one of these so your devices are ready to rock.
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