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TechStage bargain check week 29: Fast 64 GByte SD card for 8 euros

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Whether it’s a camera or a drone, you can always use fast SD cards. Today there are some very good deals going on for the cards Samsungs PRO Plus for Professionals Series. Almost the entire range of these SD cards has been reduced. The top deal is that 64 GB variant (Read 100 / Write 90), which is available from Mediamarkt for just 8 euros, around 10 euros cheaper than other providers. This makes it even cheaper than the 32 GB version. The 128 GB version the memory card (read 100 / write 90) is available from Conrad for 13 euros, which saves seven euros on the nearest dealer, but unfortunately has a long delivery time. Nevertheless, if you can wait just under 3 weeks, you can get the memory cards at an unbeatable low price. If you need a lot of space immediately, you should 256 GB variant have a look, they are available from Digitalo and Voelkner for 28 euros. This memory card, too, has never been cheaper. All three variants are UHS-I U3 and Class 10 certified.

The Lenovo Smart Clock (Test report) was originally intended as a competitor to the Echo Show (comparison). Instead of Amazon, the Lenovo display relies on the Google Assistant, Spotify Connect is on board for music. If you control your home via Google Home, you get a practical extension with the smart alarm clock, only the speakers are mediocre. In return, the price has fallen a lot, nothing is left of the former € 90 RRP. The new low price at an Ebay dealer is 27 euros, the next best dealer wants 29 euros.

Whoever has the last price promotion at the AVM Fritzbox 7590 AX (Test report), he has another chance today. Conrad is charging 248 euros, which is not the absolute cheapest price ever (it was 242 euros), but it is still a very good deal. The next dealers want 269 euros, so you save almost 20 euros. The problem: The Fritzbox has a long delivery time, so you should be prepared to wait several weeks for the Wifi-6 router.

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