At first glance, it looks like a common (if slightly chunky) laptop. Flip it over, however, and the modular nature of Framework's Laptop presents itself. Almost entirely modular, it has four Expansion Card bays that let buyers choose exactly the ports they want — including USB-C, USB-A, HDMI, MicroSD, and more — in the position they want. Socketed storage, WiFi, and memory can be swapped out, as can the entire mainboard. The battery, screen, and keyboard are also user-replaceable, with QR codes on each component leading to how-to replacement guides. Both pre-configured and built-it-yourself editions will be offered, with shipments beginning this summer.