I started up my Viliv X70 which was delivered earlier today. No problems. I then checked the properties of my C drive. I expected to see 128GB of SSD goodness. Instead I saw 32GB. WTF? I panicked. I thought Dynamism shipped me a 32GB instead of 128GB unit when I made the last minute changes described here. But as usual, my mistake.
Turns out Viliv partitioned the disk: 31.25 GB (FAT32) for the C drive, 83GB (NTFS) for the D drive, and 5GB for a hidden recovery partition.
Why did Viliv choose 32GB for the C drive (other than to give me a heart attack)? Dynamism support’s educated speculation was this was Viliv could use the same image for both 32GB and 128GB units.
But I was correct about one thing. The spare AC adapter was missing a small piece that snaps on to the top of the recessed plugs on the adapter to extend those plugs sufficiently to plug into a power source. Dynamism support told me the spare AC adapters shipped by Viliv were missing this part, and Dynamism would coordinate with Viliv to rectify this.
Hopefully now I can start playing with the device without more of these interruptions.