Updated from 8:12 a.m. ESTLAS VEGAS -- Forget everything you've ever been told about size mattering. San Disk ( SNDK) has the smallest big announcement at this year's CES show, here in Las Vegas. Less than a month ago I told you about San Disk's 8GB microSD memory card. It's the size of the nail on your pinky. Today, it has announced a breakthrough 12GB microSD card. Now you can add as much memory to you smartphone to match the newest static-memory iPods. The cards should hit the market in the next three to four months. Price has yet to be announced. The 8GB card retails for $200. Here are some of the other interesting new gadgets we are finding at the show: Sanyo's ( SANYY) Xacti HD1000 is an HD camcorder that you can fit in your pocket.
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