The most customizable laptops give users more options.
last year frame laptop It’s a godsend for “right to repair” lovers thanks to its modular design, and it’s now available with ChromeOS.Framework announced Frame Laptop Chromebook Edition This week, it brought a high degree of customization to fans of Google’s proprietary notebook operating system.you can pre order Now it starts at a pretty steep (by Chromebook standards) starting price of $1,000 and starts shipping in December.
For those who don’t know, the Framework laptop (which defaulted to Windows when it launched last year) is a rarity in the laptop world because it’s basically built to take apart. It comes with a screwdriver and simple instructions for removing the device and replacing every major component like onboard memory and storage. The real highlight is the swappable port system, which allows you to put any combination of four USB, USB-C, HDMI or Ethernet (among others) ports onto the device.
You can swap ports as needed.
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This new version comes with a 2256×1504 resolution display, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage, but you can upgrade the latter two specifications to 64GB and 1TB, respectively. Just like anything else with ChromeOS, you can install any app in Google’s Play Store, making it an absolutely Android-like laptop experience. Frames also allow you to attach different colored bezels around the display for some added personalization.
Personally I’d still go with the Windows option, but Framework laptops are gorgeous no matter the OS. Now, people who like ChromeOS can have fun too.
Frame laptops can turn anyone into a ‘right to repair’ believer