Inside Lenovo Ideapad V110 – disassembly, internal photos and upgrade options

The disassembly of the notebook is pretty easy and doesn’t require the keyboard to be removed like in other similarly built models.

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1. Removing the backplate

The backplate can be easily removed by removing all the screws around the edges and then getting out the optical drive with a gentle pull as shown in the photos below.

2. Storage and RAM

As expected, the laptop has only one 2.5-inch HDD but if that’s not enough for you, the optical drive can be swapped for a caddy with a second drive. Anyway, our unit came with a WD Blue with 1TB capacity spinning at 5400 rpm.

And as for the RAM slots, there’s only one. In our case, it’s taken by a 4GB SK Hynix 4GB DDR3L-1600 unit.

3. Wi-Fi card and battery

The Wi-Fi card is located right next to the RAM chip…

…while the battery is held by a couple of screws between the screen hinges. The unit is rated at 24Wh.

4. Cooling system

The cooling design is simple as it gets – a big metal plate for dispersing the heat and a small fan placed on the side of the notebook pushing the hot air out.

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You can read the full review of the Lenovo Ideapad V110 here.

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