SanDisk launches tiny 8GB storage cards

SanDisk has crammed a massive 8GB into a space no bigger than the nail on your little toe. Its new microSDHC and M2 cards were thrown into the wild to

SanDisk has crammed a massive 8GB into a space no bigger than the nail on your little toe. Its new microSDHC and M2 cards were thrown into the wild today.The microSDHC cards work with the new breed of digital cameras, mobile phones and other gadgets compatible with the ever-expanding standard. They’re growing like nephews and will eventually hit a massive 32GB – and still be small enough to fit under your eyelid (do not put a microSDHC card under your eyelid).Memory card guru SanDisk launched its new microscopic storage cards at a star-studded glam-fest in America’s LA. Sounds great. Stuff’s Will Findlater is there right now and if he isn’t too star-struck by the likes of Linkin Park, he’ll be filling us in on his antics when he gets back.The new cards are available now from your local electronics shop, priced $140 (£70) for the microSDHC and £150 (£75) for the M2.EssentialsSanDisk 8GB microSDHC/M2 cardPrice: £70, £75On sale: NowContact: SanDiskRelated stories:Panasonic camcorder takes SDHCsPentax goes all SDHC