Lenovo ThinkPad E580 Disassembly (SSD, RAM and HDD Upgrade Options)


On January 11, Lenovo released his ThinkPad E580, a new generation of ThinkPad products in Beijing. Compared with his predecessor, the laptop has been greatly upgraded in hardware. It has adopted Intel’s eighth-generation Core Duo processor and AMD Radeon RX 500 RX 500 graphics card, and supports M.2 2280 PCIe SSD and maximum 32GB of memory.
thinkpad e580
Today we got an E580, and we will remove the back cover to explore its extensibility.

To remove the bottom cover, you will have to remove all the screws on the bottom and then gently pry it up. This will give you access to all of the internals.
Thinkpad E580 internal picture

The ThinkPad E580 is equipped with a 2.5-inch mechanical hard drive and no M.2 SSD, but we can see that it has an M.2 2280 SSD slot (with PCIe support) and also reserved the screws. If necessary, you can easily add an M.2 SSD.

The laptop can support up to 32GB of DDR4-2400 MHz memory via two RAM slots. The unit we’ve tested came with a single 8GB RAM chip.

The battery unit is rated at 45Wh with an FRU of 01AV447, and it is placed under the RAM slot rest area.


  1. thanks TarrMd

    I bought this laptop 4 months ago, (use that for 4-6 cycle)

    about battery life, mine only last for 4 hours, 30% brightness, and watching 480p movie
    wifi off.
    is it OK?
    how much should it last? (doing what and what brightness)


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