As a righteous workstation, this device has a ton of upgrade options to work with.
1. Remove the bottom plate and battery
First of all, getting inside of this laptop is extremely easy. Just flick the switch on the bottom panel and slide it away from the chassis. Then comes the battery pack. It has a 94Wh capacity and can be removed by toggling the two sliders on the top.
2. Мemory and storage
Interestingly, beneath it, there is a 2.5-inch SATA drive slot. However, with the appropriate mounts, you can fit two M.2 drives instead of it. Furthermore, here you have another M.2 slot, as well as two RAM SODIMM slots for memory upgrades. That looks plenty, but we are far from over. Before you continue, undo the three Phillips-head screws that have keyboard mountings. Then, undo a couple of connectors seen on the video, and poke a plastic tool through the hole on the right-hand side. This will lift the keyboard, so you can pry it more easily.
3. More underneath the keyboard
Now that you have turned the laptop around, continue prying the keyboard and before you lift it away, make sure you disconnect the two ribbon cables. Underneath it, you will find two more SODIMM slots for memory, as well as one M.2 slot for storage.
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- Up to 128GB of RAM and 10TB of storage
- Very good thermals
- 4K IPS panel with 590 nits of max brightness
- No PWM (AUO AUOCD8C)
- 100% of sRGB and DCI-P3 coverage (AUO AUOCD8C)
- Exceptional keyboard and touchpad combo
- Great battery life
- Thunderbolt 3, SD card and Smart Card readers + optional IR face recognition and fingerprint reader
- Uses "old" hardware
- Quite pricy
- Not great color accuracy even after calibration (AUO AUOCD8C)