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Old Jan 15, 2013, 06:40 PM   #1
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Is it feasible to put a 128gb chip in a Nano?

Just wondering if anyone knows the feasibility of putting a 128gb chip in a 16gb iPod Nano (7th generation). I'm assuming it isn't cost prohibitive...I would assume the most important question would be if there was a 128gb chip that is the same physical size as the 16gb. Then is it feasible to open up the device and put the new chip in, I guess.

Has anyone tried this? Or does anyone know of a company that does or could offer such a service?
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