Not only is this device easy to disassemble, but it offers a decent amount of upgrade options as well.
1. Remove the bottom plate
Thankfully, there are only 5 Phillips-head screws holding the bottom panel in place. After you undo them, pry the panel with a plastic tool and lift it away.
Inside, you will find a 53Wh battery pack. Before you continue, unplug the battery connector from the motherboard.
3. Мemory and storage
To access the memory and the storage, you have to remove two metal brackets. They are hiding two SODIMM slots for up to 64GB of dual-channel RAM, as well as an M.2 PCIe x4 slot.
4. Cooling system
This notebook’s processor is cooled down by one heat pipe, and a medium-sized fan. Interestingly, there is a pattern on the heat spreader that should help with heat dissipation.
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- Decent battery life
- PCIe x4 support + 64GB of DDR4 memory in dual-channel
- Two Thunderbolt 4 connectors, Wi-Fi 6, and optional 5G support
- 89% of sRGB coverage and great color accuracy with our Gaming and Web design profile (IVO X133NVFF R0 (IVO8596))
- No PWM for brightness adjustment (IVO X133NVFF R0 (IVO8596)9)
- Spill-resistant keyboard
- IR face recognition and fingerprint reader
- Weird fan noise at low RPM
- High deviation in luminance in the top left corner (IVO X133NVFF R0 (IVO8596))
- Minimum brightness is too high for use in the dark (IVO X133NVFF R0 (IVO8596))