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which netbook has highest ram?

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Happy to see there's now a dedicated netbook hackintosh forum around!

 

I'm just wondering which netbook has the highest GB of ram (upgraded)? I read that the

HP mini 311 can handle 3 GB (read on this forum) and the HP mini 700 can handle 4 GB (2*2)

http://h10010.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/documen...product=3834715

 

But, maybe there are others that can handle 3 and 4 GB, or even more?

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The ASUS 1201n can handle up to 8GB, though I've heard its got some issues

Looking good! but, one could argue that it is no longer a netbook at 12".

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Looking good! but, one could argue that it is no longer a netbook at 12".

 

Going to try 8GB in my Lenovo x103e and Acer Ferrari, but overall I have heard issues with 8GB in a lot of netbooks.

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Netbook=Notebook with Atom CPU

 

At least that is how the media identifies the term....

Hmm, should then change the question as to which sub 12" portable computer has the highest ram. Are there any 10"-11- laptops with better/faster processors then the Atom that can run OSX?

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Hmm, should then change the question as to which sub 12" portable computer has the highest ram. Are there any 10"-11- laptops with better/faster processors then the Atom that can run OSX?

 

There is the CULV stuff, but all of those come with the x4500 GPU which is not supported in OSX.

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