A more customizable laptop provides users with more options.
Last few years laptop frame It was a godsend for “Right to Fix” fans due to its modular design, and now it can come with ChromeOS. announce frame Chromebook Edition laptop frame This week, offering a high degree of customization for fans of the Google-owned laptop operating system. Could you Pre-order It’s now at a starting price of $1,000 (by Chromebook standards) quite a bit, and shipments begin in December.
For those who don’t know, the Laptop Framework (which was Windows by default when it was launched last year) is a rarity in the laptop world because it is primarily designed to be ripped. It comes with a screwdriver and simple instructions for disassembling the device and replacing every major component, such as memory and onboard storage. The real driver was the swappable port system, which lets you put any combination of four USB, USB-C, HDMI, or Ethernet (among other things) ports on the device.
You can switch the ports in and out according to your needs.
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This new version comes with a 2256×1504 resolution display, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, but you can upgrade those last two specs to 64GB and 1TB respectively. Just like anything else with ChromeOS, you can install any app on the Google Play Store, which definitely makes for an Android-like laptop experience. Frame will also allow you to attach frames of different colors around the screen for further customization.
I still use the Windows option personally, but the laptop framework is pretty neat regardless of the operating system. Now, people who love ChromeOS can also have fun.
The Laptop Framework can turn anyone into a “Right to Repair” believer.