The de facto standard for netbook storage might now have become the hard disk, but that still leaves rather a lot of machines out there with solid-state drives, some fast, some slow, all low capacity, at least when compared to HDDs. Crucial N125 SSD Crucial's N125: capacious, but no looker Enter the purveyors of after-market …
Or try RunCore SSDs...
If you want more speed then look for RunCore SSD upgrades for the EEE and Mini9... much better than these Crucial units...
I have tried the dell mini9 with the crucial upgrade and found it increadibly slow, leaving the machine unresponsive and slow, ended up returning it and getting a 16GB SDHC card instead, random access on small files was the downfall of this memory unit reducing the speed down to 180Kbytes/s at times, the original unit could do 4.73Mbytes/s.
I agree with the first poster. I bought a RunCore pro card for my Eee 900 - its now a serious computer - I'm getting 120Mb read and 80Mb write speeds from it... OK, it was quite a bit more pricey than this crucial unit, but well worth the extra dosh.
3rd the runcore comments
It baffles me why crucial would release such a crap product 3-4 later than the runcores have been available
For Dell Mini 9
Crucial 64gb 40 Mb/s Read 15 Mb/s Write - Approx £140
Runcore 64Gb 78 Mb/s Read 44 Mb/s Write - Approx £190
Double - triple the performance for 50 quid more is a no brainer. If you cant afford the 64Gb run core the 32GB is only £100-ish
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