Framework’s GitHub gives us more reasons to be excited about the 16-inch modular laptop.


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Aug 17, 2017
I may have changed my mind about buying a Framework Laptop 13 this year, but I’m not done being excited about the company’s products. Heck, I’m more enthusiastic than ever — because it looks like Framework is seriously planning to let us snap a second removable battery into a laptop. One week ago today, the modular laptop company announced a 16-inch notebook that promises to let you swap out its entire butt for one that fits a discrete graphics chip, extra fans, or a pair of SSDs — and / or swap out the Framework Laptop 16’s entire keyboard deck to add, say, a numpad or fancy LEDs or virtual piano keys. It promised more details later this year. Framework didn’t actually stop at that tease: it also published design specifications on its GitHub for everyone to see. Here’s what I learned from digging through it.
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