The earliest model, the PCV 70, has a maximum capacity of 128 MB of memory. The newest model, the PCV 240, has a maximum capacity of 384 MB of memory. Standard memory sticks in small capacities are available to repair or refurbish the VAIO computers. The memory sticks are larger than todayís memory and are designed to simply snap into place and be ready for use. The original SDRAM is considerably slower than todayís DDR3 SDRAM, but itís still faster than EDO-RAM or FPM-RAM.