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[title] Final Thoughts
[* black] Nintendo classic mini NES Repairability: '''8 out of 10''' (10 is easiest to repair).
[* green] Only standard Phillips screws are used.
[* green]
No snap fitsbreakable plastic clips or strong adhesiveadhesive is used.
[* green] Connectors forMany components are modular including the controllersbutton board and power and reset buttons are separatecontroller ports.
[* orangeyellow] The RAM isNES Classic ships with solid state games, this reduces the wear on the device, but means upgrades are probably not upgradeable ;)an option.
[* red] The HDMI and USB portports are soldered to the mainboard which makes for a more complicated repair.
[* green] Only standard Phillips screws are used.
[* green]
No snap fitsbreakable plastic clips or strong adhesiveadhesive is used.
[* green] Connectors forMany components are modular including the controllersbutton board and power and reset buttons are separatecontroller ports.
[* orangeyellow] The RAM isNES Classic ships with solid state games, this reduces the wear on the device, but means upgrades are probably not upgradeable ;)an option.
[* red] The HDMI and USB portports are soldered to the mainboard which makes for a more complicated repair.