Just in case your 64GB pSSD runs out of space, SanDisk is also offering an additional storage solution. The Netbook SDHC card goes into your netbook’s memory card reader to give you an extra 8 or 16GB of storage. Well, if you’re trying to figure out the difference between the netbook SDHC and a regular SDHC, let me tell you there is no difference. Netbook SDHC is just a marketing moniker given by SanDisk and a regular, another branded SDHC will work the same way.
Anyways, if ‘made for netbook’ stickers attract you, SanDisk’s SDHC card is available on its Online Store for $45 (8GB) and $89 (16GB) with a 5-year warranty.
PS: The PR says $40 for 8GB and $80 for 16GB.