Microsoft surface laptop "throw away machine"?

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    Seems the way that a lot of high-end laptops (and phones) are nowadays :(. What a waste!

    I guess when every gram or mm of space counts, they'll do anything do make the most of it - which means no screws, etc... Not ideal!
     
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    Sealed laptops can't be a good idea, batteries can last as little as two to three year under heavy
    usage.

    The price point of these sealed machines needs to come down significantly.

    Ram usage is going up all the time it's another downside to
    purchasing one.
     
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