Parents and children everywhere are gearing up for that time of year ... Back to School Time!
Being a midlife woman, and parent of college aged "kids", I still get excited each back to school season.
If I am not reflecting on those nostalgic days of my kids being little, I am thinking about what college courses my kids will select this year. From the old days of picking out the perfect box of crayons, and making sure to send a supply of tissue as requested by the teacher, to figuring out which high school electives my kids will select, Back to School always brings forth great memories.
One of the things I know my college students need are a means to store important documents, videos, and photos, through out their college days. From class assignments, essays, to job resumes, having a safe and secure means of storing documents is key.
Also, we want them to share with us a lot of photos of their memories of college life, so having ample storage space is very important too!
Best Buy and SanDisk makes it easy for our students to keep everything safe, secure, organized, and tidy during their student life.
So just how can SanDisk help your student?
SanDisk has products for digital imaging from professional-grade camera memory, to point-and-shoot SD cards, to micro SD cards, with industry leading performance and reliability.
SanDisk SD cards are also designed to meet security, capacity, performance, and the environmental requirements of next generation devices.
By adding a SanDisk microSD™ card to your smartphone or tablet your student can carry more of the apps and media they need to be successful, or just to take a ton of selfies and pics of their friends!
We know that our college aged kids know a lot more about tech than most of us, so we want to buy them tech products that meet up to their expectations, and their needs. With SanDisk your students can capture more fast action, record more than 4K Ultra HD and Full HD video, at transfer speeds up to 60MB/s for smartphones, tablets, and action cameras. Over 10X faster than ordinary cards and transfer speeds up to 80MD/s for DSLR cameras and camcorders.
Hey don't take my word for it, ask your students, they will know what I am talking about! Plus they will think you are pretty tech savvy!
|Crazy and Fun College Memories Stored by SanDisk|