OCZ Whitebook and Do-It-Yourself Notebook review
- DIY notebook assembly - I
Author: Vedran Dakic
Date: 08 Jan 2009
First - let's take a look at the box. With the logo and everything, I guess what's expected of you - take a screwdriver in your hand and do the work!
So, let's take out the laptop, turn it on the upside and take out the battery. Prepare your screwdrivers!
Just a little piece of detail - two latches that hold the battery need to be moved and off you go:
In case you wondered, here's how the keyboard/mouse/fingerprint reader/buttons part look like:
Left side - heatsinks, USB 2.0 ports and power connector:
Backside on the right, modem and Kensington lock port:
Here's our baby in pieces, ready to be assembled: all of the screws removed, heatsink not fastened, memory on the left, CPU right next to them:
Another detail, here's how the memory slots, HDD bay and wireless card slot look like:
With me so far? OK, let's go to a second part, insert a CPU, memory, heatsink, hard drive and everything necessary so we can test this baby!