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Upgrade Your Laptop

Posted on Tuesday, June 23 2009 @ 05:06:39 CEST by

The old axiom that you can't upgrade a laptop has never been less true. Sure, your nay-saying, desktop-bound friends who repeat it have a basic kernel of truth in their favor - the core guts of a mobile machine are pretty much set in stone. But if you're not looking to completely revamp a computer (which can hardly be called an upgrade anyway), aftermarket manufacturers have found plenty of clever ways to skirt the issue of expandability, and slap new parts onto your aging laptop, giving it new functionality that may not have even been possible when it was built. So if your $2,000 wonder machine from three years ago doesn't seem quite so wondrous any more, but another two grand for a new model isn't in the budget at the moment, here are some inexpensive ways to hop up the old girl and get her running like never before.

Check it out at DigitalTrends.



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