SanDisk’s 400GB microSD card for Switch is just $40

For the few who don’t know yet, every variety of Nintendo’s popular Switch console can get a storage upgrade by installing a microSD card. And while you’ll most likely find deals on microSD cards with 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage, there’s a must-see deal at Amazon on the SanDisk 400GB variant. Normally $69.99 (but usually between $45 and $50), you can pick one up now for just $39.99. It’s just a few dollars away from the best price ever.

If you got a chance to get a microSD card, I think you should get the biggest one you can afford as you’ll have more space for games, screenshots, and game saving well into the future. Games for the Nintendo Switch range from just a few gigabytes to tens of gigabytes per game, so a 400GB card may be all you’ll ever need. And if you ever move on to your Switch, microSD cards can work with some Android phones, Chromebooks, and other gadgets like GoPro cameras.

SanDisk 400GB microSD card

Usually around $50, SanDisk’s high-capacity microSD card is a convenient (and now more affordable) way to add a ton of storage space to your device.

Looking for a competitively priced Sonos Beam soundbar? The company itself is organizing a deal for the first-generation Sonos Beam soundbar that knocks $140 off its original price. The catch? It’s been refurbished, but don’t let that stop you. For $259, the shade-colored Beam arrives in near-new condition. Not only that, this soundbar has a one-year warranty, just like a new product, and comes with a 45-day return policy through Sonos.

If you compare the specifications between the first and second generation Beam soundbars, the differences are minimal. Aside from a minor cosmetic shake-up that turns the first-generation fabric-covered grille into perforated polycarbonate, the second-generation model features Dolby Atmos, which can (in the best cases) deliver theater-like sound at home. However, my colleague Chris Welch noted that the newer soundbar doesn’t have upward-firing speakers, so Atmos’ effect with this soundbar may not be as all-encompassing as you might expect.

Looking for a relatively inexpensive gadget that could make a great Valentine’s Day gift? Apple’s second-generation AirPods with a wired charging case are reselling for just $99.99 at Amazon. This isn’t a new retail price, but it’s a good deal compared to snagging them directly through Apple, where you’ll pay $129 for the same product.

While these lack the spatial audio feature and improved sound quality of the $169 third-generation AirPods, they have many of the same features. At $100, it’s hard to beat this value, as these wireless earbuds can quickly connect and switch between Apple devices you’re signed in to, such as an Apple Watch, iPad, iPhone, and macOS computer.

Given all the buzz in 2021 about new game consoles that are so hard to find (and in the aftermarket as a result), this $20 off deal on the Xbox Series S is nothing to sneeze at. For $279.99, renowned eBay seller Antonline is selling the Series S console with in-game cosmetics and some currency to get you started Fortnite and Rocket League.

Compared to the $499.99 Series X console, the more affordable Series S has fewer features and less built-in storage (512GB vs 1TB). It also lacks a disc drive and focuses on gameplay at 1440p rather than 4K. While it’s a solid step up in power from the Xbox One S, despite its more limited offerings, delivering fast frame rates in many games, including Halo Infinite. The built-in storage can also be expanded with the same high-speed Seagate accessory used with the Series X.

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