Our natural suggestion would be to use this card in your smartphone. Its A1 rating means the card delivers up to 100MB/s transfer speeds. Meanwhile, the Class 10 rating means you can record and playback footage in Full HD resolution. If you want 4K video recording and playback, you will have to step up to one of SanDisk’s Extreme microSD cards.
That said, the card’s 256GB of storage means you can store up to 24 hours of video at Full HD resolution. That is peace of mind that you normally have to pay a substantial amount for if you want additional internal storage for your smartphone. Thanks to the deal, you can get that peace of mind for only $55.
The 256GB of storage will come in handy for more than just smartphones. You can also use the card in laptops and cameras, for example. For a card that initially sold for $200 almost two years ago, $55 for 256GB of storage is unheard of.
We do not know when this deal will end. However, you might want to pick the card up soon if you want to substantially increase the amount of storage on your device and not pay an arm and a leg for it.