8GB of flash storage is currently the best you can hope for in a standard (though imported
) Eee PC. However, if you're industrious and determined enough, you can marry your 4GB Eee with a $150 (or so) 16GB Corsair Flash Voyager
drive for a full 20GB of storage. That's exactly what Johnx did over at eeeuser.com
. He even integrated Bluetooth
like we've seen before. Best of all though, the new NAND and Bluetooth radio are not soldered to the system. Rather, they are fitted to a pair of newly installed, internal USB ports slung off the miniPCIe connector. Thus, the system can be upgraded at any time. All hail Johnx... king of the Eees!