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Posted by: Author Response
« on: March 23, 2017, 22:28:16 »

Abu:

Review author here. During our testing period, we were unable to access the interior without risking severe damage to the chassis. The finish was starting to nick when I used plastic pry tools, and the case looked about ready to crack.

The fan should be accessible for cleaning, but I'm not sure if RAM is upgradeable or soldered. If the HDD is SATA (which I think it is), it should be upgradeable. Again, I can't confirm this. You're best bet is to hunt down a tear down video or look on HP's website for a maintenance manual. I couldn't find one for this model, and HP didn't return my request for a maintenance manual for this specific model.

If you're able to find a resource that explains this, would you mind sharing a link?
Posted by: Abu Salimah
« on: January 24, 2017, 01:16:16 »

After one manages to pry open the maintenance hatch and expose its internals, what upgrades can we do? Is the RAM upgradable? Can we switch out the HDD with a better option? Is it easy to clean?
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: January 23, 2017, 20:27:09 »

Tiny Tank. HP has been busy updating their Pavilion x360 line, and today we look at the smallest member, the 11t. With a solid construction, this 11.6" convertible is as strong as a tank. Unfortunately, it also feels as slow as one.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/HP-Pavilion-x360-11t-T5M27AV-Notebook-Review.190696.0.html

 
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