|check the message thread Compatible memory. I have successfully installed the 256 MB stick of Low Density (16 chips, 8 per side) PC133 SDRAM I purchased from Z-Buy (found on Pricewatch.com). I have a Dot.Tiger from TigerDirect, and the BIOS is different from the Dot.Bob units, but the hardware is identical. I don't know that anyone's tried anything larger than 256. Since that's enough to run XP, it's more than enough for a browsing appliance. For any Windoze less than XP, 128 MB may be acceptable, and 128 MB is definitely enough for our good friend Linux of just about any flavor. |
Just be certain that you purchase older-style, Low Density SDRAM, or the BIOS and motherboard won't likely detect it properly.