A convertible with a huge fan and decent upgradability? Yes, please!
1. Remove the bottom plate
To get inside of this device, you have to undo 10 Torx-head screws. After that, pry the bottom panel with a plastic tool and lift it away from the chassis.
Here, we see a 60Wh battery pack, that will power the laptop, when you’re away from the charger.
3. Memory and storage
This laptop features 8GB of soldered memory to its motherboard, as well as one SODIMM slot for expansion up to 40GB in total. As for the storage, there are two M.2 PCIe x4 slots.
4. Cooling system
In terms of cooling, we see two heat pipes, a heat spreader, and a pretty big fan.
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- Thunderbolt 4, Wi-Fi 6 connection, and a MicroSD card reader on board
- There are two M.2 PCIe slots, one RAM-SODIMM slot (up to 40GB of RAM in total) + it supports Wi-Fi 6
- Covers 98% of the sRGB color gamut and has accurate color representation with our Gaming and Web design profile (BOE NV140FHM-N66)
- Included stylus
- PWM-free display(BOE NV140FHM-N66)
- Great keyboard experience
- Good battery life
- Underperforming iGPU
- Feels a bit heavy in tablet mode