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Who is SSD manufacturer with X7510?

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7th August 2008, 06:40 AM   |  #1  
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Has anyone cracked it open and checked?

I think the only manufacturer that I know of with a 1.0" SSD 16GB with 35 pin ZIF PATA is Transcend.

What's inside the x7510?
7th August 2008, 07:42 AM   |  #2  
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I doubt anyone can answer your question at this early months of the release unless they actually was involved with the actual plans and manufacturing of the X7510.
7th August 2008, 09:45 AM   |  #3  
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whip out that torx driver and let us know!!!!
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Hi,

as my X7510 had a deadly accident, I dismantled it.

It doesn't have a SSD. The place where X7500 has his MicroDrive is filled by the PCB with on the both sides a total of four SanDisk SDED5-004G-NC 4GB FlashDrive.

This FlashDrive has a FBGA package which need an industrial soldering machine to be soldered or desoldered.
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So.....this raises the possibility of increasing the flash storage, doesn't it?
7th November 2008, 12:52 AM   |  #6  
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Al-Djazair,

There should be a controller chip on the PCB. Can you identify it, or post a photo?

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Hi,

as my X7510 had a deadly accident, I dismantled it.

It doesn't have a SSD. The place where X7500 has his MicroDrive is filled by the PCB with on the both sides a total of four SanDisk SDED5-004G-NC 4GB FlashDrive.

This FlashDrive has a FBGA package which need an industrial soldering machine to be soldered or desoldered.

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