Deal: Get up to 50% off PNY memory and portable chargers at Amazon


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Amazon’s big deal of the day is all about smartphone accessories again. PNY is the company this time, and while they might not be the top brand when it comes to this flash memory stuff they’re still quite solid. Highlights of the sale include 16GB, 32GB and 64GB Class 10 microSD cards $8.75, $14.49, and $23.23, respectively (adapter pictured above not included).

They’ve also got 32GB, 64GB and 128GB Class 10 full-sized SD cards for $14.49, $23.99, and $48.99. For those with devices that have full-sized USB ports or using USB OTG cables there is a collection of USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 flash drives available.

PNY is also offering up portable battery chargers between 3,000mAh and 8,000mAh, and for anyone in the market for an SSD those can also be had for a respectable discount. All of it is waiting for you at Amazon right here so be sure to check them out if you’ve been looking to add new pieces to your tech-filled life.

Quentyn Kennemer
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  1. Not a bad deal… the 64gb card I got appears to come with the adapter. See under product details “adapter included.”

    1. Actually it’s a terrible deal, if you want to actually keep your files. See my post below.

  2. I’d jump except doesn’t PNY have like the worst SD card warranty in the industry? Isn’t it like 1 year?

  3. Absolute trash. When I was a Samsung rep in Best Buy, we did troubleshooting. The two worst, most complicated troubleshooting issues I ever had took me 2 hours and 1 hour, both ending in PNY MicroSD cards. They repeatedly corrupted files, making them worse than worthless. They’re more a liability for anyone who has photos or documents they actually want to keep. Skip it and stick with something reliable like SanDisk or Samsung.

  4. Do they actually test their products yet? Haven’t touched them since their GeForce Ti4200 fiasco.

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