A new small memory card standard is coming from Taiwan called miCard.
miCard stands for Multiple Interface card. It is slightly bigger than a microSD card, but works in SD/MMC card slots and in USB ports.
The MultiMedia Card Association (MMCA) has approved the miCard standard yesterday. The miCard will have a transfer speed of 480MB/s and initial capacity will be 8GB.Companies that already committed to making miCards include Asustek Computer Inc. and BenQ Corp..
miCards will supposedly be available later this year. The specifications for the cards will be made available in June.
Via PC World.