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New Air Book 11" Can the Memory be upgraded after purchased?


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I bought a New airbook, and then saw that it can go up to 4GB memory... can it be installed after you bought it?
I know macbooks yes but the new airbook screws in the back are diffrent.
any answers would be appreciated.

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My understanding is that it cannot. It is soldered onto the logic board.

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bobtomay's right - you cannot upgrade the memory as it is soldered to the logic board.
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