The most customizable laptop around has given users more options.
last years Framework laptop It was a godsend for “right-to-repair” enthusiasts because of its modular design, and now it can come with ChromeOS. Framework declaration Framework Laptop Chromebook Edition This week, the Google-owned laptop OS is bringing its high level of customization to fans. you can foreordained It now has a hefty (by Chromebook standards) starting price of $1,000, and shipments begin in December.
For those who don’t know, the Framework laptop (which was the default in Windows when it launched last year) is rare in the laptop world in that it’s basically built to be ripped. It comes with a screwdriver and simple instructions for disassembling the device and replacing each major component such as the onboard memory and storage. The real kicker was the swappable port system, which lets you put any combination of four USB, USB-C, HDMI, or Ethernet (among others) ports on the device.
You can swap ports depending on 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 the latter two specs to 64GB and 1TB respectively. As with everything else with ChromeOS, you can install any app in Google’s Play Store, making it an Android-like laptop experience. The framework will let you attach different colored bezels around the display for some added personalization.
I’d still go with the Windows option personally, but the Framework laptop is pretty nifty regardless of OS. Now, ChromeOS lovers can get in on the fun too.
Framework laptops can turn anyone into a ‘right to repair’ believer