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I’m glad my laptop (HP Envy x360 15z) is upgradeable, but it’s still a pain in the ass because you have to remove the entire bottom of the laptop to replace the SSD, hard drive, or RAM. To do that you need to completely take off the rubber feet strips that are glued on (and don’t restick well), pop out some screws, and then pry the case apart without breaking anything.
NVMe is so much faster than the stock mechanical hard drive though.