Amazon currently has the 32GB SanDisk Ultra USB 3.0 flash drive on sale for $7.99, which is a match of the lowest it's ever sold for. These days we tend to store most of our files in the cloud, and while that's convenient in most situations, sometimes having local copies of the data is invaluable. This USB 3.0 flash drive has read/write speeds of up to 100MB/s, so you'll be able to quickly load and offload data from it.
The SanDisk SecureAccess software allows you to protect your private files, and the keyring slot makes it easy to attach to your keys or a lanyard so you don't misplace it. If you want some more storage, you can opt for the 64GB model for $13.99 instead. Odds are these prices won't stick around for long, so don't miss out.
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