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[* black] Insert wisdom hereWhoa, what's this—a new repairability score?
[* black] That's right, we've change the way we grade repairability in an attempt to establish an objective means of judging a device that anyone can use, not just us here at iFixit.
[* black] When measured to these new standards, the Asus Zenbook UX32VD scores a 70 out of 100, not too shabby.
[* icon_note] If you're checking out the form and thinking to yourself, "Hey, it should be 65," you would be correct. However, we chose to only take off half points for the proprietary RAM and SSD, since they weren't entirely non-upgradeable
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[* black] Insert wisdom hereWhoa, what's this—a new repairability score?
[* black] That's right, we've change the way we grade repairability in an attempt to establish an objective means of judging a device that anyone can use, not just us here at iFixit.
[* black] When measured to these new standards, the Asus Zenbook UX32VD scores a 70 out of 100, not too shabby.
[* icon_note] If you're checking out the form and thinking to yourself, "Hey, it should be 65," you would be correct. However, we chose to only take off half points for the proprietary RAM and SSD, since they weren't entirely non-upgradeable
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