Re: mSATA SSD in a new laptop questions.
I have an ASUS Eee slate EP121 Windows 7 tablet that comes with a 64GB OEM only SanDisk mSATA SSD drive:
ASUS Eee Pad (Eee Slate) EP121-1A010M Tablet PC Intel Core i5 470UM(1.33GHz) 12.1" Wide SVGA 4GB Memory DDR3 1333 64GB SSD HDD Intel HD Graphics
I've wanted to upgrade the mSATA SSD to a 120GB or 240GB model for some time now so I have been looking too.
I've heard of some issues with the OCZ Nocti such as BSOD from resume from sleep and other oddities.
I think the Intel is probably the best bet due to reliability and quality control but you pay for it.
Micron has a new C400 mSATA which is worth a look see:
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