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Computer company Framework wants you to upgrade and repair your laptop – CNET

Built around a right-to-repair philosophy, the 13.5-inch Framework Laptop can swap out its main board, battery or even keyboard and ports.



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A common complaint about modern laptops is that they’re essentially sealed boxes with no user-serviceable parts inside. A new tech startup, Framework, wants to bring the DIY vibe back to portable PCs with laptops that encourage tinkering and upgrading. 
Laptops used to come with removable batteries at least, and sometimes they’d have upgradable RAM, storage or even GPUs. Today, that’s the rare exception to the rule, especially with companies such as Apple integrating batteries tightly…

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