Yeah Samsung, you sure know how to pack it in. First you get us all hot and bothered with your 16GB solid state laptop drives, and now you tantalize us with promises of a 32GB flash memory cards based on your new 16 gigabit (i.e. 2GB) NAND memory chips. They're aiming to start commercial production on these chips by the second half of next year—all well and good, but we're quite sure we won't be able to afford any of it on a tech writer's salary. At least not for a bit.