The MacBook has a User-Replaceable HDD

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Date: Wednesday, May 17th, 2006, 08:54
Category: MacBook

AppleInsider is reporting that the new MacBook has a secret door under the battery bay for quick access to the machine’s hard drive making upgrading super easy. AI also has the skinny on the MacBook’s permanent feet – no podiatry issues here:

Where the MacBook really struts its stuff is under the hood. There, innovation takes center stage — primarily in the front-most portion of the computer, beneath the wrist-rests.

Flipping a MacBook upside down and removing its rectangular lithium-polymer battery reveals two RAM slots, placed side-by-side on one wall of the battery cavity…

Below the two RAM slots (at the base of the battery cavity) is where you’ll find the MacBook’s hard disk drive. Without disassembling the notebook, users will be able to quickly removing some protective aluminum shielding and lift the drive out of the computer.

AppleInsider | Apple’s MacBook sports user-replaceable hard disks

AI also has some pretty sweet close-up photos of the MacBook too, although none of the inside of the battery bay.

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AppleInsider is reporting that the new MacBook has a secret door under the battery bay for quick access to the machine’s hard drive making upgrading super easy. AI also has the skinny on the MacBook’s permanent feet – no podiatry issues here:

Where the MacBook really struts its stuff is under the hood. There, innovation takes center stage — primarily in the front-most portion of the computer, beneath the wrist-rests.

Flipping a MacBook upside down and removing its rectangular lithium-polymer battery reveals two RAM slots, placed side-by-side on one wall of the battery cavity…

Below the two RAM slots (at the base of the battery cavity) is where you’ll find the MacBook’s hard disk drive. Without disassembling the notebook, users will be able to quickly removing some protective aluminum shielding and lift the drive out of the computer.

AppleInsider | Apple’s MacBook sports user-replaceable hard disks

AI also has some pretty sweet close-up photos of the MacBook too, although none of the inside of the battery bay.

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