Deal: SanDisk OTG Flash Drives On Sale & Starting From $7.99

Storage on mobile devices is quickly becoming an increasing issue for device owners. While we all would like to carry more and more data with us, phones and tablets are finite in the amount of data they can carry locally. In fact, this level is becoming even more limited of late, thanks to a trend for manufacturers to opt out of including microSD and expandable storage solutions as part of their latest phones.

Of course, you can always make use of an OTG flash drive to carry, access and transfer data when needed. In fact, right now there is good deal on Amazon for the SanDisk range of USB 3.0 flash drives. These come with microUSB connectors and as such can plug directly into your smartphone when needed. Making these a possible solution for those who are finding their current memory and storage levels a little limiting. Depending on what type of storage you are in need off, you can currently pick up the 16GB version for only $7.99 (down from $13.99), the 32GB version for $10.99 (which is down from its listed $19.99) and the 64GB version for $18.99 (which is down from its listed $37.99). To find out more or pick up any of these OTG flash drives at these low prices, hit any of the links below.

Buy the SanDisk Ultra 16GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive

Buy the SanDisk Ultra 32GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive

Buy the SanDisk Ultra 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive

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