It’s Back to School time again, and as the years go on, students are needing gadgets as much as they need notebooks. I use a tablet often when taking and/or organizing my notes. It helps when reviewing, updating and sharing. While it’s a great idea to save an online copy of everything, it’s also a good idea to have a file stored somewhere; especially when you need to print. It’s a lot quicker (you can’t rely on all internet stations). With tons of information to save, and sometimes share there are some gadgets that I use to help the process.
SanDisk SD Cards
If you know me, you know I have a couple (micro) SD cards, and USB drives with me when on the go. SanDisk has a lot of options when it comes to storage options. Anywhere from 4GB to 200GB of storage so you won’t have to worry about running out of space. Many phones still have a micro SD card slot for extended memory. Getting a 64GB microSD allows you to store tons of music, apps, and high quality photos and video. Nothing is worse than the “Storage full” notification and you can’t get a picture. Let’s not forget SanDisk SD cards are also designed to meet the security, capacity, performance, and environmental requirements of next generation devices
Learn more about which SanDisk devices suit your storage needs HERE
SanDisk USB / Lightning and Android Drives
If you’re phone doesn’t have an expansion slot, there is a solution for you as well. You can get the SanDisk USB for iPhone /iPad. It has a lightning port, and allows you to transfer files from your iDevice to your computer. There’s an Android version as well, of course; which is great since a few phones have abandoned the expansion slot. It’s a fast and easy way to free up space on your devices. There will be back-to-school offers coming soon to Best Buy.
Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free