[HD videos below] One of the many reasons that the Dell Precision
line of mobile workstations are so popular, is that you can fully
customise them at time of purchase and once you have one in your
hands, it can easily be modified with just a suitable screwdriver
and a little common sense.
In this second video on the Dell Precision 7730
Mobile Workstation we show you how easy it is to open the back of the
laptop to install/change RAM and/or the harddrives.
The Dell Precision 7730 has up to four M.2
PCIe NVMe SSD slots and all of them are very easily accessible
under the bottom lid of the laptop. Two of the four SODIMM RAM
slots are also at the bottom of the laptop while the other two RAM slots require users
to remove the keyboard and access them that way (a new video on
that will be uploaded soon).
In this video, filmed on 5 August
2018, you will see the internal layout of the Dell 7730 and
discover just how easy it is to remove the battery cover and then the battery,
unscrew the cover and install a new M.2 drive.