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March 31st is World Backup Day, which may be little more than an excuse to sell you storage products. But it really is a good idea to make backups of all your important digital files and media so that you don’t lose all your family photos or important legal documents if your computer or phone is stolen or damaged.

So if you’re in the market for some additional storage products, you might want to take advantage of some of today’s deals, which include deep discounts on a number of storage products including SD cards, portable SSDs, external desktop hard drives, and network-attached storage (NAS) systems.

Crucial X8 2TB portable SSD for $117 (B&H)

Here are some of the day’s best deals.


SD cards

Portable SSDs

External desktop HDDs

Network Attached Storage



Mini PCs


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One reply on “Daily Deals (3-31-2023)”

  1. I can’t believe how cheap storage has become. I almost always feel compelled to get more because of the great prices, even if I don’t really need it right now. I used to spend hundreds for like 64mb (yes, mb) compact flash cards back in the day.

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