The blogosphere comes to the rescue for those looking for info to clear up the (at the moment) mysteries of which devices will or will not work with Vista’s ReadyBoost feature. Craig Pringle and Chippy at Carrypad have been doing some digging and come with up a couple of handy resources.
Grant Gibson has started a ReadyBoost Compatibility Chart that anyone can contribute to. Darryl Burling sent Craig an email pointing to this post by Tom Archer that explains the ReadyBoost requirements.
I’m sure we’ll get more info in the next few months, but these are a couple of excellent resources if you’re trying to decide on how to take advantage of the ReadyBoost feature.
Here’s a link to my original post on the issue.
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