Amazon Prime Day 2021 | 128 GB microSD for 16.99 euros; compatible with Nintendo Switch

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Amazon Prime Day 2021 is here. The multinational celebrates during this June 21 and 22 one of the periods with the highest offers of the whole year, Spain included. It will only be during these two days when we can access thousands of offers on all kinds of products; including video games. This is also one of the most recommended moments to get hold of microSD memory cards for Nintendo Switch, which has 32 GB of internal storage, insufficient if we want to download more titles and updates from the eShop. We review the best discounts on memory cards compatible with Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite.

As we can see, the series featured prominently in the promotion SanDisk Extreme, some cards microSDXC high speed with up to 160 MB / s in data reading, Class 10, U3 and V30 for 16.99 euros in the case of the model of 128 GB, which is the one we recommend the most. For the price difference with the version of 64 GB (13.77 euros), we recommend this second option more.

  • SanDisk Extreme – 64GB microSDXC memory card with SD adapter, A2, up to 160MB / s, Class 10, U3 and V30 per 13,77 euros (45% discount)
  • SanDisk Extreme – 128GB microSDXC memory card with SD adapter, A2, up to 160MB / s, Class 10, U3 and V30 per 16,99 euros (64% discount)

What microSD cards are compatible with the Nintendo Switch?

As Nintendo explains on its official portal Dedicated to the technical specifications of the Nintendo Switch, the console is compatible with microSD, microSDHC and microSDXC memory cards up to 2TB. These storage units can be Class 2, Class 4, Class 6 and Class 10. This number indicates the speed (in MB / s) of the card: the fastest is the one with the highest numbering. Therefore, we are talking about the writing speed per second in Megabytes. Regarding the denomination of each type, it is the following:

  • SD: Secure Digital (from 1MB to 2GB)
  • SDHC: Secure Digital High Capacity (from 4GB to 32GB)
  • SDXC: Secure Digital eXtended Capacity (from 32GB to 2TB / 2,000GB)
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