[ltp] X1 6th generation and X280 (is the X280 now a ultrabook)?

Uwe Brauer oub.oub.oub at gmail.com
Wed May 2 10:17:55 CEST 2018

>>> "Stefan" == Stefan Monnier <monnier at iro.umontreal.ca> writes:

   >> that ultrabook, nice screen, fast, light thin, long batteries life (I
   >> however don't like the keyboard that much nor the fact that I can't
   >> easily change batteries/hard disk/RAM).

   > I changed the SSD in an 5th gen X1 without any trouble.

   > It's a bit less straightforward than with an X60, admittedly, but it's
   > quite tolerable.

Good to know, thanks. I presume in youtube I can find videos describing

   > The RAM OTOH is soldered on (which is why I bought mine with the
   > RAM maxed out, since in my experience the amount of RAM is the
   > limiting factor in the long run).

Ah if I had known this is in advance. How can one find out (without
opening and looking)?

   > I think the battery can also be changed without too much trouble, tho it
   > does require opening the case (similar to changing the SSD).

That's a bit of relive I must admit.

Thanks for the update

   >         Stefan
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