Including a massive 1TB SanDisk Extreme Micro SD card for £344.
The recently developed 512GB and 1TB drives still hold a premium over their older 200GB and 400GB counterparts, but the price per gigabyte has dropped steadily over the past months and now going for a very high capacity card has become more reasonable. 200GB and 256GB Micro SD cards remain the sweet spot, I think, with a similar 256GB card from Integral costing £28 at present – just 11p per gigabyte.
Apart from memory cards, the WD Black P50 Game Drive has also been discounted. This is an external NVMe SSD drive that offers sequential speeds of up to 2000MB/s over USB-C, far in excess of what you’d expect from even an internal SATA SSD (550MB/s) or traditional hard drive (150MB/s). Random performance should be strong too, especially compared to a spinning disk HDD.