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Old 03-28-2008, 08:55 AM   #16
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Well, tried to unscrew it and the 2 halves wouldnt seperate. T_T
Usually there's 1-3 screws on the bottom that go in/through the keyboard so they need to be removed. Then usually the top plate across the top of the laptop (where the hotbuttons are) gets pried off. Most of the models I've worked on, you seriously just pry it off. Then the keyboard slides out. I've never seen the case actually come apart to get the keyboard off, but I usually only work on Dells and Lenovos...
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How are the Lenovos, in your opinion?
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How are the Lenovos, in your opinion?
They're actually damn sturdy computers, ugly as heck and can be on the heavy side, but given the crap our people put them through, they are decent. However, I understand the entire company moved to Asia and getting consistent/efficient support and servicing has been a pain. I think parts still ship to us within 2 days, but we have to spend hours on the phone to convince them we need the parts, even though we are certified to be doing the repairs.

I believe we are slowly switching to high end Dell Latitudes and have a number of people using Macs, which are now convenient to service b/c we have an Apple store 2 miles away.
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Old 03-28-2008, 12:11 PM   #19
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IBMs were always really sturdy and really heavy. My Mom has a high end IBM and it must weigh a ton but she's never had any kind of problem with it. I figured the Lenovos might be similar.
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