Which of these is exclusively true of laptops when compared to a tablet?
A) A laptop always uses solid-state storage
B) A laptop can be upgraded or repaired on-site
C) A laptop includes a touch screen interface
D) The total system memory in a laptop is fixed
E) The laptop keeps the top of my lap cool as ice
The answer: B) A laptop can be upgraded or repaired on-site
The modularity of a laptop allows access to the internals of the device, often with the removal of just a few screws.
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