Upgrading Asus Eee PC Memory Does Not Void Warranty Anymore

Posted: Dec 10 2007, 12:58am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:14am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs


Upgrading Asus Eee PC Memory does not void Warranty anymore
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The Asus Eee PC comes with a small sticker over one of the screws you need to remove to upgrade the RAM that says that you would void the warranty doing this.
Now Asus has issued a statement saying that you can upgrade memory and it will not void the existing limited warranty. Asus will change the sticker in coming Asus Eee releases and also update the warranty information.This is great news and shows how responsive Asus is to issues customers bring forward. Of course they should have also known before hand that upgrading memory is a common task that should not void the warranty of a notebook or PC.

To upgrade the RAM in the Asus Eee you need 1GB or 2GB DDR2 667MHz memory. More details in this Asus Eee PC tweak guide on NotebookReview.

Upgrading the SSD drive is still a costly step. If you need more than 4GB the newly released Asus Eee 8G is still the most cost effective way to get the additional 4GB SSD space.
More details in this Asus statement. Via Dailytech.

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