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Old 19-07-21, 11:38 AM
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The Steam Deck has an M.2 slot for user upgrades, Valve doesn't recommend it

Could 1TB M.2 SSD upgrades be on the cards?



Read more about the Steam Deck's storage upgrade potential.

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I thought it wasn't legal to void warranties for user upgrades/repairs.
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Old 23-07-21, 11:54 PM
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I thought it wasn't legal to void warranties for user upgrades/repairs.
If you're referring to "right to repair" it's more to do with allowing the customer to repair and carrying spare parts, than it is allowing customers to do so without voiding their warranty. At least that's how I've understood it.
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If you're referring to "right to repair" it's more to do with allowing the customer to repair and carrying spare parts, than it is allowing customers to do so without voiding their warranty. At least that's how I've understood it.
There is a lawsuit on this I believe against Apple. Since they do not allow right to repair.
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