It’s that time The year when your family and friends are most photogenic to them. From Halloween costumes to holiday pay to dinner, you’re going to take lots of photos and videos. Which means you will need to store all those precious memory stores or anything else you want to store for SD card, USB stick and much more.
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Deal on SD card
These Lexar SD cards are suitable for professional style DSLR or mirrorless cameras that can handle full size SD cards. They can handle up to 250 megabytes per second, which makes them fast enough to handle 4K video recordings, if your camera is enabled. Even if you buy two at once, you can shave an extra dollar. It often drops from $ 50 to $ 36, but it’s an extra low price.
If your smartphone, tablet, or Nintendo Switch doesn’t have enough storage space for everything you have, a spacious 1-terabyte microSD card may be the last you need to buy for a while. This card was only cheap once before, and for a whole terabyte of space, it’s worth the peace of mind that you should never delete. Breath of the Wild Again
Never bother to put an extra micro SD card or three around. These PNY cards aren’t the fastest – even though they’re 100 megabytes per second, they’re still pretty fast for everything you can throw at them – but three packs of 64GB cards for ড 20 isn’t anything like sneezing.
Deal on SSD and USB drives
The Crucial X Good is our favorite portable SSD for good reason: it’s lightweight, incredibly fast, and one of the most reasonably priced drives even on a typical day. Today, it’s even cheaper at less than 14 142. If you’re in the market, there’s never been a better time to get our favorite external SDD.
USB drives can be so disposable that companies offer them for free, but one with huge space available can be huge. That’s where this PNY 1-terabyte drive comes in. More space than you need for a long time to come and a slot to keep it in your keychain, this may be the first USB drive you are afraid of losing. It has been dropping from $ 200 to $ 155 in recent months, but this is the lowest price we have seen.
Whether you’re buying a USB drive for the whole office, or you’re just losing your own, getting a new stick can be expensive. Fortunately, this PNY pack will sell you for একবার 28 at once, or a pop under three bucks. Breaking 2 GB is enough to give everyone in the team space to share documents and presentations without breaking into each bank.
Other storage deals
Some upgrades can speed up your computer as much as switching to SSD. If your motherboard supports PCIe NVMe Gen 3 drives, then this 2-terabyte drive from Crucial can give you more storage space while increasing the load time for your favorite apps and games.
Storage of your NAS is where the real cost resides, but this drive from Toshiba makes it an easy pill to swallow. A single 14-terabyte drive will only use one of your NAS’s limited bays, while still giving you (hopefully) plenty of storage for years to come.
When it comes to large storage-intensive tasks like video editing, there is no such thing as too much storage. Fortunately there are portable containers like this WD hard drive that have 16 terabytes of space. Enough to save all the projects and raw files you have for all your work.
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