EEE Slate EP 12.1 Upgradeable

Can the EEE Slate EP 12.1 memory and solid state drive be upgraded ?

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Yes, they can. Please refer to this partial teardown:

http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/ep121-sl...

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absolutely . I made it.

from 2 to 4 GB in ram ( it´s the max ) and 32 gb solid to 128 Gb . awesome!! and really easy to make

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People are upgrading the ram to 8gb, and also they are upgrading the wifi card to a more powerful 300 N card, which also upgrades the bluetooth range/stability etc.

Also, the device is a windows 8 test device, and Asus is continuing to support it for windows 8, with new drivers etc.

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Hi, people quote that the max upgrade for ram is 4 gigs, you claim 8. I am trying to figure out how to know for sure.

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I second this. I have had 0 luck in attempting to add 8gb stick to ASUS slate. Every time I try the unit will power on, but refuse to post or respond to any actions until I put the 4gb back in. Please specify the compatible RAM module if you know which it is, thanks

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EEE Slate EP 12.1

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Some time back I upgraded to Win 10 and all is well. However in recent week I have started running out of disc space so invested in a 128GB SDD, and the Intel Centrino 6235 card. Thought about buying an 8 GB ram stick but have been persuaded by others that it will not work. Took out the old SSD and cloned it (using Disk Jockey hardware) to the new SSD. Fitted the new drive all is well after using EASUS partition master to merge the newly created partitions into one partition, did not want a C and D drive. Then tackled the WiFi card upgrade after first removing the drivers of the old Atheros card (Bluetooth and WiFi) and installing the Intel program for loading the 6235 drivers. Removed the card. Installed the new card. Checked the device manager had no issues and had loaded the new drivers. Then re established my Bluetooth links to the keyboard and mouse. Make sure the driver settings for the card features are set to Auto for both 5Ghz and 2.4GHZ channels (see intel web site for more details) Now downloading data at about 240 Mbps and have plenty of disc space. No need to upgrade to a Surface pro tablet now, a good use of $100.00.

Next upgrade will be a 256 GB SSD.

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Today is 6/16/2017 and I've been fooling around with my 4gb / 64gb ep121. Today I received my 8gb, 204 pin DDR3L-1600 SODIMM 1.35V stick from Crucial, CT102464BF160B.M16FP.

Just to confirm;

IT WILL NOT WORK!

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