IF YOU BOUGHT AN EEE PC with a weedy 16GB solid state drive (SSD) and have been banging your head on the screen because you need more storage, then bang no more.
Those fine folks at Super Talent have cooked up a solution to your storage woes in the form of module specially designed to replace the pathetic drive in your Asus S101 with something a little more manly.
The snappily-monikered FPM64RSE has 64GB of capacity and 90MB/sec max read and 55MB/sec write speeds.
No UK pricing has emerged as yet but our colonial chums in USasia can pick one up for $169.
You can also get a 16GB version if you want to replace a borked drive or a 32GB one if you're a cheapskate and you only want to double your drive capacity. µ
Plus the cost of ambition as moonshots eat into the coffers
Spoiler alert: it's probably VeriSign
Did we say cuts off? We meant traps them inside their own home