HyperX Announces New Gaming MicroSD Cards

HyperX Announces New Gaming MicroSD Cards 1

HyperX has just announced their new gaming microSD cards, which offers storage options for the Nintendo Switch and mobile devices, are available in North America.

These gaming microSD cards have read speeds of 100MB/s and write speeds of 80MB/s, which lets players meet and exceed the Nintendo Switch requirement. These cards are available in three different capacities, including 64G, 128G, and 256G.

In addition to the Nintendo Switch and mobile phones, this new HyperX line can be used for tablets and other portable gaming devices.

HyperX has put the growing amount of content available to gamers in mind with this microSD card line, as there is an increasing demand for more memory alongside it.

“We are proud to expand our line of HyperX accessories with the new Gaming microSD Cards,” Andrew Ewing, the senior manager for console business at HyperX, said. “Our goal was to bring reliable, high-capacity and plug-and-play storage to mobile gamers and HyperX is excited to make that happen.”

The new gaming microSD cards are available on Amazon in Canada and the U.S. from $49.99 to $199.99 MSRP.

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