Unfazed by the ominous array of black modules in the case, we pull the first switch we can find, and...
Voilà! Up pops the first memory cover, revealing two out of the four sticks of RAM that came with our base configuration model. (There's room for eight more sticks in there.)
Still no tools required for any of this—if you have opposable thumbs, you can replace this RAM (we even have some!). Somebody pinch us.
The cherry on top is the handy diagram on the insides of the RAM covers, showing which DIMM slots to populate with different amounts of memory.
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