I stopped paying close attention when the supply of i-openers dried up.
The prospect of new $99 i-os has my brain in a panic, so can I get a recap?
One authoritative post here could save dozens of niggling queries later.
i-o ships with a single 144-pin 32Mb PC100 SoDIMM, right?
That single slot can be upgraded with a standard 64Mb PC100 SoDIMM as suitable for iBook, right?
And many 128Mb PC100 SoDIMMs are also suitable for use here. What's the spec that divides good from bad?
Now was the previous post *ONLY* saying that the particular 256 mentioned was *NOT* suitable?
Or am I learning that there is *SOME* 256Mb stick that will work? If so, what's the spec on that?
Meanwhile, what's the true max on the Virgin WebPlayer? 64Mb? 128Mb?
And is there any use/trade-in/resale market for the liberated 32Mb original SoDIMMs?
Do they make a stacker device to let you combine two 32s into one 64?