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The best deals from Amazon's one-day storage sale

Amazon slashed prices on over 25 items. These are the ones you should grab.

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Got storage? Today's the day to get some, as Amazon is holding a one-day sale on a variety of storage products. It includes everything from microSD cards to solid-state drives to wireless flash storage.

Sales like this aren't uncommon, but products do tend to sell out quickly when they happen. Everything is in stock as of this writing, so if you're in the market for drive deals, grab these while you can.

Here are my top picks from the big sale:

It looks like a fairly typical flash drive, but slide the lever and a USB Type-C connector pops out one end or a USB Type-A connector out the other. In other words, this will work with older and newer PCs alike.

Are you kidding me? This tiny drive can be left in your laptop full-time, making this an awfully cheap way to add a ton of storage.

Can't fit all your songs, movies and other media on your phone or tablet? Plug the iXpand directly into the Lightning port for instant expansion. It's not a perfect solution, but it's a solution.

Any other drive(s) catch your eye? Hit the comments to tell me which deal you're jumping on and why.

Originally published Oct. 24, 2018.
Update, Feb. 27: New sale, new products and prices.

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