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Old 04-09-17, 02:46 PM
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Nintendo partners with Western Digital to create licensed Switch microSD cards

How much storage do Switch gamers need?



Read more on Nintendo's officially licensed MicroSDXC cards.

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And somehow I can guarantee these will cost more than the standard SanDisk Ultra cards
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And somehow I can guarantee these will cost more than the standard SanDisk Ultra cards
Yeah, but the whole point is to help ensure that Switch users don't buy crap quality SD memory cards and that parents who don't know the difference between a good and a bad SD card can get a form of "official" verification.

Those who know better will know where to get better value for money, but those who are techno illiterate will at least be able to buy these to avoid crap memory. I just hope the price premium is not much.

Right now the 64GB Ultra is £19.99 on Amazon.

The 128GB costs around £41.99.

Ve will see how much the Nintendo licenced version costs.
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