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Argon ONE M.2 Expansion Board (CE07436)

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Argon ONE M.2 Expansion Board extends support for M.2 SATA SSDs to maximize the true potential speeds of your Raspberry Pi 4. You will now be able to boot via an M.2 SATA SSD for faster boot times and larger storage capacity compared to the traditional microSD Card.

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Are you sure the M.2 needed is KEY M? The reviews I read stated a key B instead.

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Hey Ray,

This might clear things up a little:
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The key just refers to whether the socket has a raised section in the shown positions, if a socket has neither key, then a drive of any type can go in (as shown in the product description.

If you could link where it says to use a B-Key, that’d be helpful in wrapping my head around it or correcting me.
-James

EDIT: Mistyped there, I meant

link where it says to use a M-Key,

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it’s written in the board: B or B+M key
Screenshot 2021-10-11 205535

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Hey Ray,

Yes, it’s keyed. B and B+M (two-gaps) works fine. But there’s no way to be able to mount M correctly with that particular board. If you have any other questions please let us know.

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Well, then, you should CORRECT THE DESCRIPTION TAB then :slight_smile: . It says “M”.

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Hi Ray,

Good catch! You should see the correct lettering soon.

We grab descriptions directly from the manufacturer, so it’s likely Argon40 had this wrong on their site when they introduced the product, hopefully this happens less in future!

-James

Ah good point, I was looking at the datasheet instead :sweat_smile: Fixed:

Thank you for letting us know!

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