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Since they also have a 4GB version, I would assume you can safely replace the 2GB SSD with a 4GB one, the only caveat being you may end up buying the 4GB SSD from asus itself, if other factors permits (see below)
Give them a call and see what they offer.
If they use standard replacable SSD's (size & form factor) which are not soldered to the motherboard (ya, if its soldered, you are out of luck), you may be able to upgrade to the max size the mobo permits (like buy an after market 16gb one ) for cheaper
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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