Mobile workstations are getting more popular than ever. With that said, we are glad that Lenovo hasn’t deprived the ThinkPad P14s Gen 2 of upgrade options for the future.
1. Remove the bottom plate
In order to take this notebook apart, you need to undo all 6 Phillips-head screws. After that, remove the SIM card tray, and pop the bottom panel with the help of a plastic pry tool.
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