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Framework is back with a new laptop that can be continually modified by swapping out its parts, which will let users upgrade the CPU and graphics—and keep older machines out of landfills. “Someone who wants the latest and greatest performance doesn’t need to upgrade their machine every year,” says CEO Nirav Patel. “We want to see people coming back six or seven years in, to get that replacement part and keep using the product.” The Framework 16 has a 16-inch screen, a choice of keyboard styles, and six expansion ports for snap-in input/output modules like HDMI, USB and MicroSD.

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