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    I’m sorry, I meant to say msata for internal storage and DDR3RL 204 pin sodimm RAM for memory. Would there be any performance benefit to increasing to 4 or 8gb RAM and 64gb of msata storage? I realize with the CPU, these upgrades may not yield much more performance. I typically pass about 50gb data per day and would like to be able to go back about one month if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    u25 uses mSATA drives which are more costly than SSD but much smaller. Yes, you can simply replace the existing drive with a larger one. No, external drives are not supported.
    Careful, if I recall correctly that appliance requires a half length mSATA device, those aren't as easily replaced.
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