Save local copies of data for less with these World Backup Day discounts

Starting with the "smallest" options, there are a number of microSD cards to choose between. These are great to use in action cameras, Android phones, tablets, Nintendo Switch and more. You can grab a 128 GB Kingston card today for $ 15.49 or jump for SanDisk & # 39; s 256 GB high-speed option for just $ 52.99. If you happen to need a full-size SD card, we've covered you too. The SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB card is on sale for $ 31.98, and the 512GB is on sale for $ 159.99.

In terms of external drives, the Toshiba Canvio 1TB drive for $ 39.99 is the most affordable from this sale. There is also a WD 2TB My Passport drive for sale for $ 62.99, pre-formatted for the Mac, or the fall-resistant 500 GB WD My Passport Go for $ 71.99.

If you are a true media junkie, there is also the diskless Synology 2-bay DS218j for sale for $ 130, or the much more powerful QNAP TS-453BT3 NAS on sale for $ 799. There is also a variety of drives available that are designed to fit into these machines.

However, these prices, many of which are the lowest values ‚Äč‚Äčever), are only good for today, so you want to trade quickly and not miss. Keeping local copies of your data, along with those in the cloud, can be very useful in the long run.

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