Nintendo Switch Lite hands-on: a budget handheld with a premium look

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If you need extra storage for games on your Switch or your Switch Lite preorder when it is shipped on September 20, you need to view the Amazon deal on popular SanDisk microSD cards. The 512GB microSD card is remarkable up to $ 79.99, which is the most affordable price to date.

Around this time last year it was common for SanDisk's 400 GB model to sell around $ 100. That card now sells just over $ 50, and that might be the better value for you if you don't expect that you need half a terabyte of storage. The 256 GB model is also cheaper than we have seen before: it costs $ 29.99 at Amazon.

These cards naturally work in more than just the Switch. Whether you use it with your console, telephone, tablet, laptop or action camera is up to you. But since microSD card prices continue to fall, it is a good time to buy if you are looking for a low-capacity, high-capacity card.