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WD Black, a major storage device manufacturer, and its subsidiary SanDisk have also held a special sale on Amazon. Among them, products can enjoy up to a half price discount, and this sale will end at 3 o’clock tomorrow, seize the opportunity to get the equipment you need.
WD Black SN750 SSD
WD Black SN750 SSD adopts single-sided M.2 specifications, with storage capacity ranging from 250GB to 4TB, with read and write speeds exceeding 3,000MB/s. If PCIe 4.0 is not used, it will be a good choice, and 1TB SN750 is now reduced from the original price of US$249.99 to US$129.99 on Amazon, a full 48% discount, saving a total of US$120.
WD Black 1TB SN750 SE
In addition, WD_Black has also released a version that supports PCIe 4.0 (which is backward compatible). In addition to its 30% lower power consumption than the previous generation, the continuous reading speed is as high as 3,600MB/s. With the WD Black Dashboard software, it can monitor your hard drive’s Healthy state, to ensure that you can fight for a long time. On Amazon, the original price was reduced from US$129.99 to US$97.49, a full 25% discount, saving a total of US$32.5.
SanDisk 128GB iXpand Flash Drive
With the launch of iPhone 13 and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3/Flip, I believe that many people will be busy backing up data in old phones during this period. This USB storage device has both Lightning and USB-C connectors at the same time. Easily save the data in the phone, even without changing the phone, it can provide more space for the device. In addition, it can also set a password to save the information inside, improving user privacy.
The 128GB iXpand Flash Drive, originally priced at US$59.99, can now be purchased for only US$39.99, saving US$20.
SanDisk 256GB Extreme SDXC
The most common SD card on the market is this SanDisk Extreme SD card. Because it is not too expensive, it is also very practical. The read speed can reach 150MB/s, and the write speed can reach 70MB/s. , Shooting FHD (1920 x 1080) videos is guaranteed by V30 (to ensure that the writing reaches 30MB per second), and continuous shooting of a large number of photos can also cope with ease.
The SanDisk 256GB Extreme SDXC, originally priced at US$46.2, can now be purchased for only US$36.99, saving US$9.21.
SanDisk 1TB Ultra MicroSDXC
Although the microSD card is small in size, it has a wide range of uses. Whether it is a driving recorder, an action camera or a mobile phone, it will be used as a storage device. With proper devices, the SanDisk 1TB Ultra MicroSDXC card can reach a reading speed of 160MB/s and a writing speed of 90MB/s, which is sufficient to meet the needs of most devices using microSD cards.
The SanDisk 1TB Ultra MicroSDXC card, originally priced at US$229.99, can now be purchased for only US$109.99, saving US$120.