I built my own future-proof laptop — and it’s a game changer

The first time I cracked open a computer to modify the hardware inside was in 1989, when I wanted to add an expansion card to my Apple IIGS. (Yes, Apple let you do that back in those days.) Further upgrade adventures followed. Like so many others, I needed to add memory to my PC to play Ultima VII, and then eventually I got into all-out system building.

Ever since I started down that road, my view has been that the best computer you’ll use is the one you build yourself. It will always meet your needs as tempered by your budget, and as either changes, so will the computer — the new part(s) and a screwdriver are all you need.

If you’ve been craving a laptop you can upgrade and repair with ease, look no further.”


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