Still about $100, not counting the fake flash card from Foxx*
That's over a trillion bits, unless the flash vendors have decided to skimp and only give us 6.75 bits per byte, kind of like the hard drive vendors redefining K=1000 instead of K=1024. Lets hope they're honest, but in any case, that's still a mind blowing number of bits.
Heck, I remember getting my hands on one of these back when I was first playing with a soldering iron,
That's an 8 by 8 array of BITS, that's right 256 whole bits of memory. Awesome. Ok, that was a long time ago. Never mind, I'm going to start copying my entire library of kids videos onto this trillion bit spec which will probably take all night.
* Yes, in this age of Kickstarters and cheap knockoffs, its pretty easy to buy some second hand flash chips, reprogram a SD controller to lie and say you have 128GB, but start failing after filling up the paltry 16GB or whatever size they back it up with. Figure half your customers will be too lazy to return it, and you have yourself a money making machine. So, any listing on Amazon with no reviews, and a price too good to be true, is probably too good to be true.