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RAM Upgrades
By Chris De Herrera, Copyright 2001
Version 1.10    Revised: 10/22/2001

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So you wan more ram in your Pocket PC?  With more ram you can store more files without using a CompactFlash or PC Card.  These upgrades are not supported by the hardware manufacturers.  Also, the upgrade will void your warranty so make sure your machine is working right before you consider upgrading.

RAM Upgrades

Vendor/Product Compaq  iPAQ  3100 Compaq iPAQ 3600 Compaq iPAQ 3700 Casio EM-500  Jornada 540
PCE2000 128 MB $349
64 MB $139
32 MB $119  
128MB $299
64 MB $129 
Also, can clean the screen.
32 MB flash ROM Upgrade available as well.
128MB $299 n/a  n/a
iPAQUpgrade n/a 64 MB $99 (July 2001 special) n/a n/a n/a
Palm Hardware (Taiwan) 32 MB $60 64 MB $110 (+$20 shipping)
32 MB flash ROM Upgrade available as well.
n/a 32 MB $65 32 MB $60
PalmPilotUpgrade 64 MB $99 64 MB + clean the screen $118 n/a n/a 32 MB $109
Times2Tech 128 MB $349
64 MB $139
32 MB $119
128 MB $299
64 MB $129
Also, can clean the screen.
32 MB flash ROM Upgrade available as well.
128MB $299 n/a 32 MB $119

Note: 128 MB ram upgrades require special driver which is provided. 64 MB is used for internal ram and 64 MB is used as a ram drive.

 For instructions on increasing the flash to 32 MB and ram to 64 MB on the iPAQ visit http://ksteele.com/ipaq/memory-upgrade.html

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