Question about ASUS Eee 4G Notebook
Most EEE PCs use 533/667 MHz DDR2 RAM via a standard SO-DIMM module, which can be swapped out. The 700 and 701SDX have RAM soldered to the motherboard.
The black model EEEPC 4G SURF (4GS-PK008), and newer white models (4GS-W010) have a removable panel on their underside that allows the user to change the RAM without fully disassembling the system. The older white models (4GS-W010) lack this access panel, and require some disassembly in order to access the RAM.
The hardware supports up to 4 GB (2 GB for the 1000 series, and some of the 900 series), but the preinstalled Xandros kernel of the 700 series only supports up to 1 GB
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