Linked by drsmoothy on Sat 7th May 2005 18:54 UTC
Linux When I read the article on Slashdot & OSNews that Linare was putting out a sub-$500 notebook, I immediately jumped on the deal. I purchased a laptop directly from Linare in early February. Their site stated that I would receive the laptop in 2-4 weeks. I waited in anticipation.
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Removing the keyboard
by Bastian on Sat 7th May 2005 20:16 UTC

Both my Toshiba Satellite 320 and my TiBook keep the RAM under the keyboard.

The Satellite's keyboard is held down by a little plastic strip along the top of the keyboard that you can pull up without the aid of any tools - it's held down by three or four relatively loose clips.

The TiBoook's keyboard is held down by a more complicated mechanism. You have to turn a small screw to release a locking tab, and then simultaneously push two spring-mounted retaining tabs back while prying the keyboard up with your teeth or your feet or your third hand or something. (The spring tabs are too far apart to hold with one hand.)