Which laptops are easiest to upgrade?

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Which laptops are the easiest to upgrade, e.g., replace a component such as
a modem, hard drive or memory module?
Add a hard drive or memory?

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>Which laptops are the easiest to upgrade, e.g., replace a component such as
>a modem, hard drive or memory module?
>Add a hard drive or memory?

IMHO, IBM Thinkpad ... also important, the laptop Hardware Maintenance
Manuals, BIOS and Driver updates are available online. Checkout:

http://www-3.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-39298.html
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/TPAD-MATRIX.html

ThinkPad components remain available for several years.

Regards ... John
 
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"John" <jeshoemaker@aol.comNOSPAM> wrote in message
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> >Which laptops are the easiest to upgrade, e.g., replace a component such
as
> >a modem, hard drive or memory module?
> >Add a hard drive or memory?
>
> IMHO, IBM Thinkpad ... also important, the laptop Hardware Maintenance
> Manuals, BIOS and Driver updates are available online. Checkout:

Do not all the majors, e.g., Dell, Sony and Toshiba also have such info and
software online?
 
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Howard Kaikow <kaikow@standards.com> wrote:
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> Do not all the majors, e.g., Dell, Sony and Toshiba also have such
> info and software online?

Dell, yes. Toshiba, some. Sony!!! Don't make me laugh!

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>> >"Howard Kaikow" <kaikow@standards.com> asked:
>> >Which laptops are the easiest to upgrade, e.g., replace a component
>> >such as a modem, hard drive or memory module?
>> >Add a hard drive or memory?

>>"John" <jeshoemaker@aol.comNOSPAM> wrote in message
>> IMHO, IBM Thinkpad ... also important, the laptop Hardware Maintenance
>> Manuals, BIOS and Driver updates are available online....

>"Howard Kaikow" kaikow@standards.com wrote:
>Do not all the majors, e.g., Dell, Sony and Toshiba also have such info and
>software online?

If so, research how long they maintain the info and software online.

John
 
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"Howard Kaikow" <kaikow@standards.com> wrote in message
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| Which laptops are the easiest to upgrade, e.g., replace a component such
as
| a modem, hard drive or memory module?
| Add a hard drive or memory?
|
| --
| http://www.standards.com/; See Howard Kaikow's web site.
|

Most newer notebooks have the modem integrated on the mainboard. Most neweer
notebooks are very simple to exchange the RAM (at least one of two modules)
and HD on also.
 
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