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    Is this possible?

    Not that I've come across any problems with 8GB so far...
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    NOPE. Secondary storage is not user upgradeable. I doubt if it is even factory upgradeable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedMist View Post
    Is this possible?

    Not that I've come across any problems with 8GB so far...
    The ssd is soldered to the board.
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    if a 8gb ssd is soldered on, surely a larger one can be soldered on in it's place?
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    Good luck soldering a new chip onto the circuit board. I won't say it's impossible but it would be incredible difficult and you would need special tools. I suspect anyone who tries will destroy their board. Not to mention, where are you going to get a compatible 16gb chip?
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    Well if you want to go back to to the olden days of upgrading Visor Prisms and Palm IIIxes with memory chips and SMD soldering...

    Remember those days when a 8MB Palm is like the uber device out there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by olebl View Post
    if a 8gb ssd is soldered on, surely a larger one can be soldered on in it's place?
    asking the same question produces the same answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedMist View Post
    Is this possible?

    Not that I've come across any problems with 8GB so far...
    I'm going to find out soon at http://bit.ly/frankenpre3 ...

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    I would assume you'd have to completely replace the logic board with one from a 16gb ATT version, wouldn't you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by superhyper View Post
    I would assume you'd have to completely replace the logic board with one from a 16gb ATT version, wouldn't you?
    Have you read http://bit.ly/frankenpre3 ?

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