Answer to: Can you upgrade the memory on the Vizio Thin and Light laptops?Update - I upgraded the 128 GB ssd to a 256 GB ssd. I purchased this sdd on Amazon: Lite On Plextor M5M 0.85-Inch 256GB mSATA Solid State Drive (M5M 256GB) Whatever ssd you buy, it needs to be an mSata ssd - they are very tiny. (Neither a 2.5" ssd nor a 1.8" ssd could ever work - they are way to large and would not fit the adapter any way.) I also purchased this case for an mSata ssd: MyDigitalSSD Bullet Proof USB 3.0 mSATA SSD Enclosure Adapter - MDMS-BP-USB3 You should guard against a static discharge before opening the case and while working inside the Vizio. Don't touch anything unless you have too! Before I replaced the ssd, I placed the 256 GB ssd in the mSata enclosure and used dd to clone the 128 GB. It took dd about 10 or 15 minutes as most to clone the 128 GB drive. I also made backups to dual layer DVDs and blu-ray disks. Make sure first to detach the AC adapter if it's attached to the Vizio! I gathered my courage and took off the back of the Vizio 14" thin and light laptop. You need a special scre...
Answer to: Can you upgrade the memory on the Vizio Thin and Light laptops?I have a CT14-A0 bought last summer (2012). Haven't opened it yet but would like to replace the ssd with a 256 gb or larger (replacing the 128 gb ssd it came with). Vizio is absolutely no help and will provide no information or details which I will remember before buying my next laptop, computer, and TV. The battery can be replaced (although it voids the battery waranty). Here is a link to a review that shows the motherboard with the back of the case removed. It's the only picture I've found on-line. http://www.mobiletechreview.com/notebook...-CT14-Ultrabook.htm I will probably wait until the warranty expires before opening the case to see if it's possible to replace the ssd. I have to figure out how to disconnect the battery before replacing the ssd.