Dell’s wild sustainable laptop can be taken apart and put back together in two minutes

If it’s one thing people know about laptops it’s that they are very hard to open up. I don’t mean the lid, mind you (though that is sometimes true, as well), but the laptop itself, the chassis, the guts of the machine that more and more people every year are relying on to do their work and otherwise live their digital life.

In many cases, the only thing you can upgrade on a laptop is the storage and the RAM, but even that can be difficult for most people. In some cases, as with the MacBook Air, opening the laptop is simply beyond the abilities or tools of just about anyone that Apple hasn’t explicitly authorized to do so.


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