Buffalo have announced two new SSD upgrade kits for the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 netbook. Available in 16GB and 32GB capacities, the chips replace the standard SSD storage in the budget ultraportable, which can be specified with as little as 4GB from Dell themselves.
The announcement follows Buffalo’s similar kits for the ASUS Eee PC, although in that case 32GB and 64GB was on offer. The 32GB Buffalo Eee PC card was priced at around $156 at launch.
Dell themselves recently began offering a 32GB SSD option on the Inspiron Mini 9, as a $100 upgrade during system ordering. Buffalo’s aftermarket kits will be available in December, priced at 5,300 yen ($57) for the 16GB version and 9,400 yen ($101) for the 32GB.