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Who is SSD manufacturer with X7510?

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By keithwwalker, Senior Member on 7th August 2008, 05:40 AM
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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?
 
 
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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.
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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?
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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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