Today we want to disassemble the product is HP’s new generation of thin sharp ENVY 13 (specific model AD108TX). This product with a narrow bezel to achieve a slim weight, and has a fine all-metal design, to ensure the slim properties under the premise of obtaining a strong performance, if you pursue the slim along with good performance, the new ENVY 13 should not let you down.
This laptop we got with a 13.3-inch IPS FHD screen, it is powered by Intel i7-8550U and with an NVIDIA GeForce MX150, the laptop comes with an 8GB DDR3 RAM and a 360GB PCIe M.2 SSD. We have published the full review of HP Envy 13-ad000.
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We need to remove the six visible screws on the bottom cover.
There are two screws hidden under the rubber mat, unravel the rubber pads and remove them.
After removing all the screws, it is easy to remove the back cover because there is no fastening to fix them.
After removing the rear cover, we found that most of the components and chips were covered with black stickers, which were meant to prevent interference between components.
Like all ultrabooks, the battery takes up most of the space, and the ultrabook uses a dual fan, dual copper pipe design.
It comes with 8GB memory onboard and does not provide extra memory slots, so the memory cannot be upgraded.
11.55V, 51.4Wh, 4450mAh Li-polymer battery, HP P/N: 921409-2C1, HSTNN-DB8D