Though the HP Mini 1000 is history, replaced by the snazzier HP Mini 110 netbook, SSD manufacturer Active Media apparently didn’t get the memo. It’s releasing a line of SSDs designed for the HP Mini 1000, coming in both 16 and 32 GB.
The modules are a slim 54 mm x 32 mm. They have a PATA ZIF connector, perfect for upgrading the HP Mini 1000. Read and write speeds are 82 MB/sec and 38 MB/sec, respectively.
The 16 GB SaberTooth Z SSD goes for $70 at Amazon, with its 32 GB brother on sale for $110.