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HUGE Amazon discounts on SanDisk SD cards, hard drives

HUGE Amazon discounts on SanDisk SD cards, hard drives
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This week's Black Friday deals just keep coming. Just when you thought we've told you everything we can about great deals to find this Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, or next week's Cyber Monday, we've found another great deal.

Case in point: SD cards, or SanDisk cards and hard drives. In case the people on your gift-giving list haven't asked for SD cards, they still need them.

SD cards are small, high-capacity memory disks you can use to store photographs, videos, documents and so much more. These little disks, like SanDisk cards on sale on Amazon, can greatly expand your digital device's storage space.

For instance, the 10.1-inch screen Windows 10 KomandoTab2 tablet on sale now in the Komando Shop has 32GB of storage space. But you can stick in an SD card into its Micro SD card reader, which can handle up to an additional 64GB of memory.

Right now, Amazon has great deals on SD cards and hard drives. You can buy stocking stuffers, like the SanDisk Ultra 32GB Class 10 SDHC UHS-I Memory Card Up to 80MB for less than $13.

Or, there's the SanDisk Cruzer CZ36 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive for just over $9. You can pick up the SanDisk Cruzer CZ36 64GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive- SDCZ36-064G-B35 for just over $17.

For the techiest loved ones on your shopping list, you can really surprise them with top-of-the-line SD cards and drives. Amazon has the SanDisk Ultra 200GB Micro SD, for instance, for just under $100. The SanDisk Ultra II 960GB SATA III 2.5-Inch 7mm Height Solid State Drive (SSD) is going for just under $200.

Note: Looking for great deals this Black Friday? Check out the exclusive Komando.com guide to Black Friday Deals 2015.

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