This model has a single SODIMM socket, which officially supports up to 16GB of RAM (PC4-17066 DDR4 SDRAM 2133MHz SODIMM).
Any internal component replacement or upgrade (including hard disk and expansion cards) requires opening the back cover. Keyboard replacement requires full assembly and disassembly of the system board, and fresh thermal paste for the CPU heatsink.
Opening the case involves two stages:
- Opening a handful of screws (these have tiny retainer rings made of transparent plastic; be careful not to drop them when removing the back cover).
- Carefully prying apart dozens of little fragile plastic latches. This requires a plastic case opening tool to avoid damage (a metal screwdriver will nick and scratch the plastic).
This model has a 6-row keyboard, where thethrough share the same top-row physical keys with special functions keys (volume, brightness, etc.). By default, the top-row keys invoke the special functions, and require keypress to invoke the usual through functions. To switch the role and have the top-row keys default to through , enable Fn-Lock mode (by pressing + ).
Resources (by Lenovo)
- Hardware Maintenance Manual
- PSREF (US) detailed model specifications
- PSREF (EU) detailed model specifications
- Support: downloads, manuals and parts
Pages in category "X260"
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