Despite being a 2-in-1, you can upgrade both the memory and the storage, which makes the laptop a good choice for the future.
1. Remove the bottom plate
This is one of the cheekiest moves by HP so far. Not only there is only one visible screw at first glance, but it is also of a Torx type. To further make you stay away from this notebooks internals, the manufacturer has hidden all 8 of the rest Phillips-head screws beneath the rubber feet – two in the front and six in the back. After you located and remove them, you only need to pop the panel away with a plastic tool.