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[* black] The daughterboard pops out of the rear case with relative easeease, giving us access to the USB Type-C port and the microphone.
[* black] This is a pretty bare-bones part, which means cheapercheap USB port replacements. Historically, USB ports have been a common failure point (although USB Type-C may prove somewhat more robust in that regard).
[* icon_caution] Unfortunately, USB-C has been having, erm, [http://www.theverge.com/2016/2/4/10916264/usb-c-russian-roulette-power-cords|other issues|new_window=true].
[* black] The daughterboard pops out of the rear case with relative easeease, giving us access to the USB Type-C port and the microphone.
[* black] This is a pretty bare-bones part, which means cheapercheap USB port replacements. Historically, USB ports have been a common failure point (although USB Type-C may prove somewhat more robust in that regard).
[* icon_caution] Unfortunately, USB-C has been having, erm, [http://www.theverge.com/2016/2/4/10916264/usb-c-russian-roulette-power-cords|other issues|new_window=true].