If you think the Asus Eee PC 901 laptop falls short of providing enough storage space for all your needs, then you might be interested Buffalo’s latest offering. The Japanese firm is reportedly working on an expansion board that plugs into the Eee’s mini PCI-Express slot and comes in capacious 32GB and 64GB sizes.
Pricing isn’t bad either with the smaller capacity 32GB card expected to be priced at around $156 while the 64GB should set you back $313. Either option actually has to be swapped with the standard 8GB memory module that comes with the tiny notebook – which should probably void your warranty. Performance info hasn’t been divulged as of yet, but we hope to hear more about these cards when they get released in September.