So with the non-removable battery... means no upgradeablility?

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  1. Ryuukumori macrumors 6502

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    On my word, I'd come back when the refresh occurred. Now that it did, my questions arises.

    For many of us who want to save money by upgrading our own RAM and HD, does this mean we can't because of the one-plate bottom? Won't it void the warranty??? That's the only downside I see to a really good machine though.
     
  2. firstapple macrumors 6502a

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    This has been posted in many threads here today...

    Look up the current 17" MBP instructions for upgrading RAM and HD. This will be the same for the new MBP's that came out today.

    There are still screws in the bottom to get to the HD and RAM. Still easily upgradeable.
     
  3. gr8tfly macrumors 603

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    MUCH easier than the aluminum models.
     
  4. J the Ninja macrumors 68000

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    What is with all these threads? It's like the 17" launch all over again!
     
  5. mikes70mustang macrumors 68000

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    um, their all aluminum
     
  6. gr8tfly macrumors 603

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    ok. pre unibody aluminum. :rolleyes:
     
  7. mikes70mustang macrumors 68000

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    people get confused easily about that, classic seems to be the preferred term, since PowerBooks were aluminum as well.
     

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