Engadget: Holding out on upgrading that paltry 2GB microSD card that shipped in your Android device of choice? Hold no longer. Amazon is now stocking SanDisk's oh-so-capacious 32GB microSDHC card for just $89.73, which is notably lower than what it retailed for at launch. It's also readily available elsewhere on the web for around the same amount, with the "readily available" part equally as impressive as the "for really cheap" part. Of course, it's slower than molasses crawling uphill on a winter day (read: Class 2), but it's not like you'll be throwing this in your D3S and firing off 11 shots per second. Right?
The USB didn’t blow me out of my seat but, aimed at young children, it does a good job at being vibrant, portable, and sufficiently fast.
SanDisk storage products are the simplest, fastest and most affordable solutions to fix storage issues in Android phones.