Hard drives, SSDs, memory cards and other storage devices are all on sale at Amazon US

By Joel Franey, Monday, 2 November 2020 11:51 GMT

As we get closer and closer to Black Friday, Amazon US has discounted dozens of memory-saving devices for numerous platforms. Whether you’re on console or computer, there’s something here to help you save more games, films, screenshots and more.

There’s plenty of options. The big one worth mentioning – and you’ll want to be quick here – is an Epic Daily Deal that’s reducing the price of Samsung Solid State Drives (SSDs) by up to 32%. You can find all those offers here, but we’ve laid out the best of them just below.

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But that’s not the only discount going right now, as Amazon is also lowering the price of dozens of other memory storage devices. There’s no lack of options here, but we’ve still got the best of them listed for you.

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Some of you might (understandably) be wondering about the difference between a normal hard disk drive, sometimes abbreviated to HDD, and the newer solid state drives, or SSDs. It’s a little technical, but the basic idea is that the SSD is a superior version of the same technology, that operates faster and more reliably, not to mention tending to be smaller and more portable. Of course, they tend to cost more for that reason, but it’s often worth it if you’re committed to having the best hardware setup.

In fact, these things might be better to grab than ever with Black Friday on the way, giving you more space to store your most important games. HHDs are fully compatible with both the PS4 and the Xbox, so check out our PS4 Black Friday hub page and our Xbox One Black Friday hub page for all those details. Alternatively, head to the Nintendo Switch Black Friday hub page for a discounted console that’s memory-card compatible, or go to the Jelly Deals Twitter page for instant information on the best sales everywhere!

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