Not happy with the 4GB, 12GB, or 16GB solid state storage that comes with your Eee PC? You could upgrade it yourself. Or if you live in Taiwan, you can pay Asus the equivalent of about $43 US to do it for you.

It looks like the program is only for the Eee PC 901 at the moment. And you have to be in Taiwan, where you can take the machine to an Asus service center. The price will get you an upgrade to the next level. For example, if you have a netbook with 16GB, you can upgrade the storage to 32GB. If you have a 12Gb model you can upgrade to 24GB.

via Portable Monkey

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