A lot of modern notebooks have no back access panel. Why?
Hi, a lot of modern notebooks have no simple back access panel to change hd or ram, do you know why? So, swapping a hard disk or upgrading a ram module requires to tear down the notebook to the mainboard—and, if still under warranty, this operation could invalidate it if something goes wrong while opening the laptop.
Do you know why hp, for example, builds laptops of this kind? Thanks for any reply to solve this mystery.
Is this a good question?