This is one of the few old-school notebooks left on the market. It has a service lid for extremely easy upgrades of some core components.
1. Remove the service lid
We are glad to see that Fujitsu thinks about its users. They are one of the few manufacturers to have left the service lid intact. In this case, you need to undo one Phillips-head screw to be able to pop it open.
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