The microSD standard has finally reached its ceiling: someone (SanDisk, actually) has finally released a 32GB microSD card. That’s 32GBs, or the storage capacity of, um, a $299 iPod touch, or roughly 32 1GB-sized movies, or 32GBs’ worth of photos (you get the idea), that can fit inside a tiny sliver of plastic that you can slot into your phone. This is the absolute maximum size for the microSDHC standard, so you can go out next month, buy this for $200, and not have to worry that they’ll come out with something bigger. Of course, $200 for a tiny card—even a 32GB one—is still $200, so if you’re willing to wait, the price should drop off as the next standard catches on. Now, if you’re planning for the future? Make sure your new devices support SDXC—or microSDXC for that matter—that’s what you’re going to want if you want to go beyond 32GBs.