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Holy crap so awesome!!!

So stoked on this! But more excited for the upgrade path for the PB14!

I've been using my pinebook heavily for the past year or so and it's served me awesomely. Really excited on this news.
(01-31-2019, 09:22 PM)machinehum Wrote: [ -> ]Holy crap so awesome!!!

So stoked on this! But more excited for the upgrade path for the PB14!

I've been using my pinebook heavily for the past year or so and it's served me awesomely. Really excited on this news.

The upgrade kit consist of new mainboard and bottom case (from plastic to magnesium alloy for better heat dissipation). Using only one small Philip head screw driver and should takes less than 15 minutes. I can make the change within 5 minutes.
Do you have some estimate how much it could be? Although I sold my PB, I am just curious Smile
(02-01-2019, 06:05 AM)tllim Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-31-2019, 09:22 PM)machinehum Wrote: [ -> ]Holy crap so awesome!!!

So stoked on this! But more excited for the upgrade path for the PB14!

I've been using my pinebook heavily for the past year or so and it's served me awesomely. Really excited on this news.

The upgrade kit consist of new mainboard and bottom case (from plastic to magnesium alloy for better heat dissipation). Using only one small Philip head screw driver and should takes less than 15 minutes. I can make the change within 5 minutes.

That's awesome!
PBpro upgrade kit? Will it work with the old14" display? Possibly not ....
(02-02-2019, 03:18 PM)Corkonian Wrote: [ -> ]PBpro upgrade kit? Will it work with the old14" display? Possibly not ....

In another thread it was said so. I think the bigger concern is the keyboard.
(02-02-2019, 03:18 PM)Corkonian Wrote: [ -> ]PBpro upgrade kit? Will it work with the old14" display? Possibly not ....

It will.