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[* black] WithUnder the logic board out of the way, we set our sights on a couple smaller daughterboards.
[* black] The first contains the headphone jack and wiring for the microphones and speakers.
[* black] The next is a special board just for the
spy some super modular Thunderbolt ports!
[* icon_noteblack] This MacBook is off to a good start as far as we're concerned—all the ports sit on their own boards and are easily replaceable.
[* black] WithUnder the logic board out of the way, we set our sights on a couple smaller daughterboards.
[* black] The first contains the headphone jack and wiring for the microphones and speakers.
[* black] The next is a special board just for the
spy some super modular Thunderbolt ports!
[* icon_noteblack] This MacBook is off to a good start as far as we're concerned—all the ports sit on their own boards and are easily replaceable.
[* black] Finally we meet the part responsible for putting the air in this Air.
[* icon_note] The upgraded processors must produce a bit of extra heat, since Apple had taken to a fan-less design in their latest lightweight [guide|92172|laptops|stepid=172392|new_window=true]after all [guide|92172|Apple's prior Lightweight champs|stepid=172392|new_window=true] went completely fanless.
[* icon_note] The upgraded processors must produce a bit of extra heat, since Apple had taken to a fan-less design in their latest lightweight [guide|92172|laptops|stepid=172392|new_window=true]after all [guide|92172|Apple's prior Lightweight champs|stepid=172392|new_window=true] went completely fanless.

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