Tomorrow’s PCs could be modular for easy repairs and upgrades

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By Courtesy of Dell One year after presenting Luna, a first prototype for a PC that’s easy to repair thanks to its interchangeable parts, Dell has now unveiled an updated version of this concept. This takes the form of a computer with no screws, and which can be taken apart in just a few seconds. The idea is to be able to quickly replace almost any part of the PC, without having to change the whole device due to the slightest technical problem. One year after presenting Luna, a first prototype for a PC that’s easy to repair thanks to its interchangeable parts, Dell has now unveiled an updated …

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