New Memory For Vista

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Memory manufacturer Kingston claims it can solve your Vista notebook memory problem. It boasts it is the first manufacturer to offer full production of 2GB 533MHz and 667MHz ValueRAM SO-DIMMs, concurrent with the release of the new 800MHz Value RAM SO-DIMMs. But at an MSRP of £349 for a stick of 2GB 667 MHz DDR2 SO-DIMM memory it looks like you'll need deep pockets to keep your machine up to speed.

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