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I met up with the Framework team to be one of the first people to upgrade my laptop from 11th Gen Intel to AMD Ryzen 7000! We're at the CoolerMaster booth because they've collaborated with Framework to bring us a really cool Case pro
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0:00 Intro
0:55 Tearing down my laptop
5:54 This case is SO cool!
11:18 Installing the AMD mainboard
18:17 WILL IT BOOT??
19:04 No means No, Linus
22:09 outro

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@mohidwaseem7997 8 aylar önce
Imagine a CEO being so knowledgeable about the product that he can point out the most niche things such as routing channels in his product. Its a breath of fresh air. Its helps that he has such a nice case presence.
@tomshotdogs6645 8 aylar önce
If you look, right after he says he's built a few thousand of them, Linus has a visible reaction before the cut. Pretty sure Linus was about to ask him "holy shit, you actually work assembly too?!"
@wahdangun 8 aylar önce
like lisa su ?, jensen ? almost all tech ceo know their product
@albyx 8 aylar önce
Most, small company CEOs own their product. It’s where they started so it makes sense that they know their stuff. If it were a company like Microsoft or Google, I doubt their latest CEOs could tell you a thing or two about their OS or their browser and how it works.
@fritzkier 8 aylar önce
​@@wahdangun they know, but something niche like routing channels? nope.
@ricksuarez5357 8 aylar önce
@@wahdangun I can honestly say... Nope to that. You'd be surprised. It's actually scary really.
@douglasboyle6544 8 aylar önce
I like how Esther went from not wanting to be on camera to handling Linus like a pro in no time.
@douglasboyle6544 8 aylar önce
@qtsssim no, it's about just naturally becoming god at something you didn't even know was possible.
@guaiqueritech 8 aylar önce
Linus is used to having beautiful Asian women bossing him around 😂
@freedomgoddess 7 aylar önce
women have a way around children gotem
@tra-viskaiser8737 7 aylar önce
@@guaiqueritech yea I have a feeling linus's wife isn't too happy about his interaction with her... lol
@holyravioli8648 6 aylar önce
@@tra-viskaiser8737 nah they seem to have enough mutual trust to allow their partner to... interact with people they may find attractive.
@springheeledjacques 8 aylar önce
Man we need more Nirav! He seems like a CEO I'd actually want to work for, someone who really knows his product. Super excited to see Framework continuing to kick ass. They deserve it.
@EchoConstellation 7 aylar önce
Nirav has clearly built a great team too. Esther nailed it with both the design of the case & having amazing presence alongside Linus.
@jordanwills9739 8 aylar önce
I think the thing I love most about this - The CEO knows EVERYTHING about the laptop, every light, screw, and fixing. That's really cool to see!
@honza970 8 aylar önce
He is also the founder, so would expect him to know everything. The company is also ~40 people. At that size, you still can know everything.
@fredtuturo1793 8 aylar önce
he said in the video that he build few thousand of them 5'52
@light-master 8 aylar önce
A CEO that ISN'T a bigwig in an office somewhere completely disconnected from the company and it's products
@gerardopadilla2666 8 aylar önce
@@honza970 If Elon can get the title of "Founder" from a lawsuit for just being one of the first investors, that should tell you a "founder" doesn't need to know shit of a product.
@sinfulone4412 8 aylar önce
@@gerardopadilla2666 man a laptop company of 40 people aint comparable to someone having 4+ companies with 1000s of employees
@JohnHollowell 8 aylar önce
Esther did a great job dealing with Linus's craziness, showing off the product, and doing great on camera. Even though she is obviously not as comfortable in front of a camera as Linus, she did a fantastic job!
@perfor5376 8 aylar önce
Honestly i dont think she was fased by the camera but by linus, hes so damn rough with everything i love it, but you could see the anxiety building as he messed things up
@trento7183 8 aylar önce
@@perfor5376 She would probably be more comfortable with Dave2D
@user-rw6lp3vj5v 8 aylar önce
⁠@@trento7183 100%, love them both, but feels like dave2d is more like a uncle or one of the dad’s friend, you know, gentle. Friendly, knowledgeable and just calm
@xx1norm1xx 8 aylar önce
You did great Ester! That was a lot of pressure to be put under all of a sudden but you did a great job. Love the framework guys and gals, always nice to hear from the people actually making the product.
@brickstar56 8 aylar önce
I like how he's not just the CEO, he actually understands his company's product and is genuinely excited about it!
@m_e_nere 8 aylar önce
Weird to think a lot of CEOs are lacking in the department
@Trifler500 8 aylar önce
@@m_e_nere To be fair, Framework only has roughly two products :) But in this case, isn't the CEO also the founder? Never seen a founder who wasn't excited about their product. :)
@RandomUser2401 8 aylar önce
sigh.. is the tradeshow content now _finally_ over? it's the weekend already, can we now just please go back to regular content?
@zdanee 8 aylar önce
Last time I've seen a CEO this close to their product was probably Eric Migicovsky and Pebble. I'm rooting for the Framework team to make the dream work! Also as soon they release the touchscreen + active pen input version, I'm switching to them.
@chickenfried12 8 aylar önce
@@RandomUser2401 You may dislike them, but many (myself included) would enjoy at least one more.
@kzanbusiness 8 aylar önce
you guys are like siblings fighting! love it! And to Nirav - hats off to a CEO who actually knows the stuff he is selling so thoroughly.
@anushibinj 8 aylar önce
Love how the CEO has SO MUCH knowledge about each and every aspect of the product even down to how the fan pipes are different between each board, what the debugging lights do, etc. That's impossible for someone who doesn't have passion for what he does ❤ Shows how CEOs need not be all business-ey all the time.
@krisyannuruha5147 8 aylar önce
As a CEO (and also maybe the founder) of startup, they usually manages almost everything, till company get big enough and more specialized person come in to manage each part of business process. He maybe eventually will change his position to more suitable for his capabilities/passion when the times come. Like how LTT now. Linus step aside his position as CEO so he can focus on what he can do the best and let CEO manage the business
@ko-Daegu 7 aylar önce
if the ceo is also the founder then yes they ave to be into the business field no matter what it's in like 80% other than that the founder is rich and really rarely duinno about something and jumping for pure hype normally wealthy investors will buy small business better than founding from 0
@jablue4329 8 aylar önce
Honestly, if they maintained their current ethos in designing a printer, I'd buy that in a heartbeat, as well as one for my mom and one for each of my closest friends. I would honestly throw my money at them for it.
@fltfathin 3 aylar önce
for printer its hard bcs the big ink hold their own patents and dont sell module/parts like amd/skhynic and co.
@luladrgn9155 Aylar önce
@@fltfathin100% agree. my hp printer was cheaper than the ink 💀
​@@fltfathintrue. Even the chinese still cant make their own printer i wonder why
@Havanu81 8 aylar önce
This was so much fun. I love these interactions. Cool and passionate people enjoying themselves with what they do best. Oh, and Linus as well. He's allright.
@mikhailkovalev7762 8 aylar önce
Wow, in the current landscape of laptops with soldered in SSD, RAM and crippled ports, this is the first one that genuinely makes me want to upgrade (from my late 2017 Spectre x360)
@bionicgeekgrrl 8 aylar önce
Plus the industry does things like glued batteries and screens etc. Everything on the framework is modular really by comparison.
@Tucsonwolfman 8 aylar önce
Gotta say how impressive it is that the Framework CEO knew every part of that machine, and how he kept his cool watching Linus touch his baby. You can tell guy seriously loves that machine and cares about it being done right.
@si2foo 8 aylar önce
he also has pretty darn good screen presence for someone who is clearly not a presenter type person.
@traitoR142 8 aylar önce
Above and beyond Linus investing monitarily, the exposure on the channel is priceless, he would be a fool not to utilize the audience the collaboration offers, that said it was an enjoyable watch.
@dzzope 8 aylar önce
It's kinda like every massive tech giant.. starts with engineers making stuff thats great to making profits... Hopefully LTT & Framework never go down that road. When engineers (or generaly people passionate about the product) are in charge, companies can make some truely amazing things.. When they sell to investors (privately or going public), that has a tendency to change things over time.
@ZNotFound 8 aylar önce
​@@si2foo To get to that CEO position he needed a bit of charisma too.
@DustinRodriguez1_0 8 aylar önce
There's a world of difference between CEO of private companies and CEOs of publicly-traded companies... the publicly-traded company ones are basically just figureheads put in place to do the bidding of Goldman Sachs and to collect gigantic paychecks as a signal to investors that the company is doing well. One of the things I like about AMD is that because they spent so long getting almost bankrupted by those "professional" CEOs that eventually they were willing to actually hand the company over to an actual engineer (Dr. Su) in an act of desperation. Since she is a PhD-bearing engineer and business is one of the simplest topics in the universe in comparison, she just had to spend like a weekend learning about business stuff and then was able to immediately reorient the company to actually center around engineering excellence and boom, took off like a rocket. I imagine by now she's probably having to get into knife-fights with bankers to keep out the parasite MBAs who would want to get in and start slashing and burning for tiny short term gains at the expense of long-term corporate survival (those types of CEOs hop from company to company every 3-4 years, so they're fine with cutting a throat that won't bleed out for 10).
@Eckx1084 8 aylar önce
This just got me even more excited about buying one. Seeing the team there and just watching the interaction between Linus and Nirav shows that Nirav is a pretty down to earth guy who is really excited about what he is doing. Who knows what the future holds when the company gets bigger, but right now I want to be part of it.
@sakurazero3641 8 aylar önce
The team and the ceo are just awesome. My next laptop will so be a framework. The price is good and i just love the concept that you can build your own laptop yourself. Not even to replace the parts down the line just great. This is a company and a cause i want to support.
@imoldovann 8 aylar önce
That Framework team supporting him was awesome
@comfycorners 8 aylar önce
CEO had me dying, the stress and joy in his face. He was amazing!
@MeMoeMustafaAlnour 8 aylar önce
I'm rooting for this company with all my heart! I love modular laptops I like PCs but I never have the money nor the stability to own them I have a Lenovo thinkpad now and I'm looking forward for this company to grow even bigger
@Scott-. 8 aylar önce
Esther did a great job, I hope she gets great feedback from her coworkers and peers, and allows herself to feel more confident doing similar things in future.
@randomtvninja 8 aylar önce
She really did you can tell she got more comfortable as time went on which is pretty normal. Happy she did so well
@Gamer-nc8qp 8 aylar önce
was gonna say the same thing. like the parent comment so linus / she sees it
@matthew75858 8 aylar önce
What is a world exclusive
@casualscrub909 8 aylar önce
she is not going to fuck you dude
@claudrapoza 8 aylar önce
Dont know who esther is
@yber15 8 aylar önce
Damn, I don't think I've been this excited by anything in tech in the last couple of years as right now. I really hope Framework stays on the right path and continues to improve
@extra4542 7 aylar önce
I love that external case in collab with cooler master, so cool to be able to reuse parts as a computer that thin! The CEO and team are so cool and I am seriously rooting for their success. you can just feel their passion for their products and belief in this for the future
@alpaykasal2902 8 aylar önce
This might be my favorite LTT video ever. The Coolermaster and Framework folks were all great.
@andriegilsson6623 8 aylar önce
I love the fact that you can keep the old components and turn them into a spare computer. This feature sold me on this as my next laptop.
@Shemegory 8 aylar önce
​@@qtsssim Nothing is stopping you from buying a mainboard + case, but they are significantly more expensive than a regular pc, longer lead times and less availability. Just get a NUC at that point, since that is essentially what you're converting the old laptop main boards to
@realfastkx 8 aylar önce
I love the framework concept and I will definitely continue to watch this company develop. I hope to have a badass framework laptop with upgradable gpu/cpu's! someday soon!
@linuxares 8 aylar önce
man I love the CEO of Framework. He seem so chill and can actually throw punches back at Linus. It's really enjoyable to see!
@ahmadmuraish1144 8 aylar önce
Investors are companys biggest enemy... They are the main reason why you have bugs in games, software and hardware... why? Because they see a screen working, you tell them hey its not ready we still need time yada yaa... they still force you to publish/release..
@terribletruth8201 8 aylar önce
@@ahmadmuraish1144 It's a 2-way street. Investors have to keep the pressure up to make sure something is actually produced. No customer or investor will wait forever if the product gets stuck in development hell.
@wayne8797 8 aylar önce
Plus he gets the team to deliver and knows how to assemble his own products. You don’t get many managers that can do that let alone a CEO at executive level
@p_mouse8676 8 aylar önce
I agree, I mean obviously this is all promotional. But at least they seem to be aware of what LTT is doing, probably watch their videos and understand the context of it all. Which is pretty rare to see for most companies even, even more for CEO's. With other companies they often seem so out of touch with even their own products.
@lancelotshih6869 8 aylar önce
I actually met him while he was filming this video, very chill dude and explains stuff clearly. got a selfie with him too lol
@Silidor372 8 aylar önce
I guess this video was a win for framework and Nirav. He really knows everything about the product and I love it. I can absolutely feel the part about the hard work and the process of building credibility.
@StaySic4Ever 8 aylar önce
Nice. I'd like to see a larger model 17" and display options like 120Hz OLED with also dGPU options. Would be so awesome. Great to see they're slowly advancing.
@scoobtoober2975 8 aylar önce
Nirav and team thank you for a great product. I built one for my wife last year. Loaded it and haven't hear of one peep of it being a problem. Bravo. She is a tough user and usually crushes things in software or hardware bugs. Like our chrome book that crashed. Keep up the good work
@Furey24 8 aylar önce
I adore that cooler master case, brilliant collab between framework and CM there. So many potential uses.
@EgoAge 8 aylar önce
Man, I really hope they hit it off.. the Framework team seems so cool, and I love these modular ideas.
@nightbringar7558 8 aylar önce
I'm not seeing nearly enough love for the cooler master rep. She got on video out of nowhere and kept her cool and did her best to explain everything. Just the fact that she didn't think she would have to talk tells you she was 110% nervous about it.
@MrCroky123 8 aylar önce
Do you see any review at LTT comparing any cooler master HSF ? A chart even ! I really wonder what's up - or what isn't - with LTT and cooler master. I mean ... probably noctua has some partnership with LTT that leaves cooler master out. Probably ...
@Mr_Negi_ 8 aylar önce
She doesn't represent cooler master. She's on product design team of framework.
@alpine9214 8 aylar önce
Why Coolermaster and not Coolermiss? :P
@CazRaX 8 aylar önce
@@alpine9214 The feminine of master is mistress.
@virgilioaponte9756 8 aylar önce
I am a little bit in love maybe
@cmorche 8 aylar önce
My 13th gen Intel Framework just arrived today and I love it! I discovered them because of videos on your channel, and I'm super happy with my decision 😁
@Chemspook 8 aylar önce
I love this so much! I'm about to get a framework! That custom portability case from Cooler Master is awesome too!
@ficklampa 8 aylar önce
Can't wait for Framework to be available in Sweden. Love the whole upgradeability/resell/reuse community behind it.
@Ryzard 8 aylar önce
I'm actually growing to get rather excited about framework. Next time I need a laptop, I'll be looking into them.
@coffeemaddan 8 aylar önce
Cool characters. Great mix of Linus's directness and the reps' ability to have character and ability to think on their feet :) Well done.
@TheKuzmovka 8 aylar önce
Nirav is a boss and it was hilarious watching how visually uncomfortable he was with Linus just doing a full senderino on his life's work.
@nosleep7026 8 aylar önce
Yeah he was clearly under tension when the system was booting :D
@mito-pb8qg 8 aylar önce
...do you watch Jimmy Broadbent by any chance?
@seenochasm7101 8 aylar önce
boss? paid actor?
@littlemeg137 7 aylar önce
The only reason I don't have a Framework laptop already was the lack of AMD options, so I'm really thrilled to see this! I still want a 9 pin legacy serial port module, though!
@thatrealba 8 aylar önce
This guy is so super likeable and I'm excited about what Framework is doing. Can't wait to get a 16".
@TheJensss 8 aylar önce
Framework is such an awesome company! I would definitely buy their laptop if it was available through a retailer in my country.
@jong4321 8 aylar önce
Great video, superb interactions, very educational, & quite entertaining. Way to go, Linus!
@chrispritchard7977 8 aylar önce
A framework printer actually seems like a good idea. I have repaired a few printers over the years and it is not enjoyable in a lot of cases. A printer designed to be user maintainable seems very practical. In general definitely a company I hope to continue see meet with success.
@MrMurl 8 aylar önce
Nirav Patel seems like a really nice guy, the dynamic between him and Linus is great.
@ratuldeoun7228 8 aylar önce
When two passionate tech heads are together, the bond is awesome 😅
@Alpha-kl4jo 8 aylar önce
Right! This parent and son chemistry is really fun to watch. Linus also, in my opinion, is really passionate in this kind of Framework topic videos. His demeanor is more lively and entertaining compared to his usual appearance on the other videos. Keep making video like this please.
@hockypockies 8 aylar önce
yeah, they seem like really good friends lol, i love it
@rohitanshukhilar1904 8 aylar önce
Patel's are cute
@totally_not_a_bot 8 aylar önce
​​@@rohitanshukhilar1904 knew a Patel once. She had some major Indian Mother energy. Fun as hell though. Laughed every time I greeted her in Hindi lol
@grah55 8 aylar önce
3:38 yes correct, you can actually destroy fine cables by moving them around too much. the metal in the wires is very fragile. Infact, in some old laptops the issue was the cables would get shredded by the hinge guard casing lol, and cause fires too!
@seankkg 8 aylar önce
I love the dent, honestly. If it were my laptop I'd continue to upgrade the exact same chassis forever. It's definitely a "it's mine" feel.
@orna_has_calcium 8 aylar önce
I cant wait for this laptop to come out its really gonna help when I have animation work to do when on the move! hope it comes out before summer ends!
@SmokeAnPlay 8 aylar önce
I enjoy watching the 20 minutes exposé and advertisement. Hope I get a framework laptop in the future! Keep up the good work LTT team!
@the_mancavewithjacob 8 aylar önce
Love how chill this was, also at 8:56 very confused dude in black tank top (no not Linus furbastian either)
@RudeGerbil 8 aylar önce
It is awesome to see a tech CEO who ACTUALLY knows the ins and outs of their own products!
@MickeyMishra 8 aylar önce
Wholeheartedly agreed!
@vladthelad69 8 aylar önce
nah not that pfp
@KanecicqSTUDIOS 8 aylar önce
IDK but I always supposed that when someone is CEO, he ought to know every thing his company does bcs he like... Build it and stuff. Am I naive and stupid?
@mr.hanfblatt9152 8 aylar önce
@@KanecicqSTUDIOS yes, sadly so. Chieve Executive Officer (CEO) isnt "Founder". Companies with a board sometimes change through CEO's like i change my underwear: maybe once a year. There are even companies BUYING a certain CEO in hopes of him getting it back on its feet.
@@KanecicqSTUDIOS CEOs are usually just the guys who are good at business. They don't know technical stuff, they hire other people for that.
@knight4linux 8 aylar önce
😮 oh my god how did I not know this existed?! how long has a modular laptop (of that extent and not a gimmick) been a thing?!? I have no words. Just love.
@st33ldi9ital 8 aylar önce
That is so fkn cool! Where has this been all my life?!? All these years of running old laptops as servers and tv boxes... Framework definitely just earned a sale. Gotta get one now.
@xmine08 8 aylar önce
This is awesome, I hope to see these in the homelab community in a few years when second hand laptop mainboards are cheap!
@MrRickytuk 8 aylar önce
This is really cool. It's great to see the CEO is a real a tech guy, he knows all the nuts and bolts and not just a manager.
@jonv0 8 aylar önce
21:13 You can practically see him going "Oh god, here comes the segue."
@scottbutler5 8 aylar önce
Just the fact that Framework is coming out with a second generation of products and is meaningfully expanding their accessory line is a huge sign of success compared to a lot of other similar startups. Kudos to those folks, I really think their success would be a good thing for the laptop ecosystem.
@MrGamelover23 8 aylar önce
This is their third generation.
@pitifulsmile 8 aylar önce
And it's having a collaboration with other brand, big brand in this industry like cooler master
@darkpixel1128 8 aylar önce
Yeah, i was very sceptical considering the fate of similar modular phone companies
@helplmchoking 8 aylar önce
Yeah how many "modular" or "upgradeable" product lines have companies far bigger and more mature than these guys produced? Basically none of them ever got more than one or two lame modules and "upgradeable" laptops universally NEVER got any upgrades (remember MXM?). But these guys seem to genuinely be making it happens and I love that
@danield.8615 8 aylar önce
This should be the future for laptops! Please don't stop, I hope it lasts a long time.
@Aldarune_Valheim5515 8 aylar önce
The Coolermaster/Framework rep did a wonderful job 👏👍
@goodguygood 8 aylar önce
11:14 Me every time when i have to fix my parents' computer
@bobafett9162 8 aylar önce
Just love this company! I really appreciate, that Linus did invest in them. They are doing great and I love the crossover videos. I still have a 6 year old working laptop, but if it’s ever going to die without the chance of repair, then my next one will be a framework for sure!
@SaberSlayer88 8 aylar önce
iin the next 12-14 months ill be getting one for my upcoming career out of college. these are super badass laptops.
@Neoxon619 8 aylar önce
Framework really is changing the game regarding upgradable PCs. But yeah, Linus’ previous attempt at upgrading the GPU of his laptop seemed like it was painful for the employees.
@daniwalmsley611 8 aylar önce
I believe you meant CPU, but mainboard/logic board wouldbe more accurate. They're not doing anything new, they just haven't abandoned it after 1-2 generations, which shouldn't be amazing but is
@johndeerebam7 8 aylar önce
he upgraded the whole MOBO not just a GPU, new cup, everything.
@Lucy-R2R_Happiness 8 aylar önce
​@@daniwalmsley611 oooo a pessimistic viewpoint
@Gay-is-_-trash 8 aylar önce
AMD is junk, garbage I bet that AMD chip gave him a virus
@Gay-is-_-trash 8 aylar önce
F*cking stop with the pride sht. It's disgusting
@shubhamshukla1662 8 aylar önce
I hope they build a modular keyboard integrated on top of the case. I wouldn't mind an extra thickness if it is complete package. Loved the concept.
@ChrisTian-sd5yq 8 aylar önce
yeah a mechanical keyboard
@Sundewplays 8 aylar önce
Yes I have a nexigo webcam with a mic built in and the mic quaility is really good and works from a distance so you can just havbe it on your monitor and talk without leaning in or something and the webcam quaility is decent
@styles234 8 aylar önce
Pretty sure if I ever buy a laptop for personal use (I tend to use my work laptop for everything these days), it'll be a framework. The idea of being able to upgrade it in a few years is amazing to me instead of being stuck with the same hardware until it eventually dies or you need to replace the whole thing to get a new CPU.
@Zer0Blizzard 8 aylar önce
For those of you wondering about the eGPU concept mentioned around 16:51 in this video, Framework's video is here (trvid.com/video/video-WzLybAh1kps.html), the eGPU concept starts around 14m59s. There's not much to the announcement TBH but they are doing work on it.
@warushasoysa9902 8 aylar önce
@keyem4504 8 aylar önce
The chemistry between the two of them is great. Kudos to the lady as well. She did well without being prepared.
@lordadamfirst 8 aylar önce
She was great!
@MrDragos360 8 aylar önce
@@lordadamfirst and suuuuper cute. What is does she does as an Industrial Design ? Did she designed that case ?
@Gay-is-_-trash 8 aylar önce
AMD is junk trash
@FlyboyHelosim 8 aylar önce
She was the best part of the video.
@bpcgos 8 aylar önce
When she takes over the case from linis to put the base of the case is gold... Linus met his rival
@talosworshipper1968 8 aylar önce
it's really a joy to see a dad teach his son to fix his toy
@billyhenry8393 8 aylar önce
The "I'm sure you've never read a service manual...in your life" part got me haha.
@FangerZero 8 aylar önce
I will be needing a new laptop sometime in the next year or two, definitely going to go after one of these. Also love that they ant to mount that thing to the back of a monitor. When I go to upgrade my monitor I know what I'm doing w/ my old monitor 🤔 since I'll probably have a framework laptop at that time that'll need an upgrade lol.
@Risinex 8 aylar önce
Great video, especially loved the shot where Linus is reverse unplugging thr track pad and keyboard😂 17:37
@hakunamatata324 8 aylar önce
Man, their interaction is like that strange you met and instantly become best friends. Awesome content.
@tramcrazy 8 aylar önce
This whole concept fills me with joy. Upgrading a LAPTOP??? Changing its PLATFORM??? We need MORE of this!!!
@edussantoz9034 8 aylar önce
this could be better if they had a steamdeck like case too i know its a small company but think its not that hard to do it if they show something like that probably they will got more investment.
@IronGarden16 8 aylar önce
@@edussantoz9034 they need to focus their development efforts or else they wouldn't finish them in time.
@shaunhall960 8 aylar önce
I didn't even know there was such a thing until I saw this video. I'm getting one!
@darkreigncometh 8 aylar önce
I agree. This is the blueprint for success.
@SupraSav 8 aylar önce
You want more of that? Oh you'll get it.. at a price.
@Papinak2 8 aylar önce
Looks like the motherboard would benefit from some header for the power switch - it'd allow for more flexibility of the power button placement.
@SurvivorNVL 8 aylar önce
Would love to see them get in on the Printer market as well as the eGPU market-space.
@kckfen 8 aylar önce
Framework..... i see good future in this company.... waiting for it to be available in my country... and Cooler master, real cool too.
@XedaMarquee 8 aylar önce
I think it's cool cuz I could legit order a board from Framework and the lil case thing and build a whole extra computer for streaming. I love this!
@kirkragland7563 4 aylar önce
I love the CEO of framework watching him stand there and the look on his face you can tell he cares about his products after they leave the factory.
@kaichristensen6723 8 aylar önce
All of Linus's Framework videos are seriously the best marketing Framework could possibly ask for. The number of new laptops they're gonna sell after this video is probably pretty significant.
@KyleVeatch 8 aylar önce
Yep. I had heard whispers of FW but after seeing a few of the LTT videos I was all in and ordered one.
@tjeerdbakker160 8 aylar önce
I have been wanting a framework for ages but I waited until there was an AMD version (and a better battery). Looks like the time has come 🤩
@Myth1Eyes 8 aylar önce
I'm eyeing one of those laptops!!!
@vorpalthefox 8 aylar önce
if i had a better paying job, i'd buy a laptop, it honestly is the best one imo because of its upgradability and access to replacement parts
@marekvojta9648 8 aylar önce
I can only fully agree with you
@zt9233 8 aylar önce
I love how knowledgeable he is about repairing his product. It's not required but appreciates.
@MrEvanmartinez 6 aylar önce
You can see in his eyes all of the support requests starting to make sense
@Mouseketier85 8 aylar önce
Framework not only an amazing idea and brand, but the ceo and team are all great. They are doing things no other company has ever done. Keep up the amazing work
@rawrgrr1273 8 aylar önce
I'm definitely getting a Framework laptop as my next laptop. Hopefully, they start shipping to the PH.
@DarthNithin 8 aylar önce
17:00 😂😂 lmao the passive aggression
@MrMurl 8 aylar önce
Its crazy to think how much the laptop space has changed with AMD efficiency and can continue to change with Frameworks upgradability.
@Gay-is-_-trash 8 aylar önce
AMD is junk
@thekgbofficial8849 8 aylar önce
@@Gay-is-_-trash cry more
@kionera96 8 aylar önce
@@Gay-is-_-trash I didn't realize your mom's name is AMD
@StemLG 8 aylar önce
dude i got an r5 5500u and it easily beats my mate's i7 1135g7 while being 25% cheaper, it's nuts and battery life has been amazing
@Gay-is-_-trash 8 aylar önce
@@StemLG Nobody believes you.
@legend4life205 8 aylar önce
Laptop is cool but we need more videos of these two together they feed off each other really well
@jacobgame2757 8 aylar önce
Great rapport. I've always been sold on the principles of Framework, just not necessarily Framework itself. The CEO seems really down to earth and knows what he's talking about. Hugely excited to seem Framework to grow.
@progamerr4999 8 aylar önce
21:07 Yes! I would love a printer that: doesn't use color ink when printing black and white, let's me print black and white without color ink, actually works for more than a month, and has reasonable prices for ink cartridges!
@lofnsjoke 8 aylar önce
So, I can see the key imprints in the screen. Is this because the keyboard is not recessed far enough to prevent interaction between the screen when closed?
@johnknouse6984 8 aylar önce
I'm definitely going to look at the 16. I have been looking for an upgradable modularized laptop that was a reasoanbly priced product.
@steveaguay 8 aylar önce
The thing i love the most is a CEO who knows hows their product works to an insane detail. I am excited for my laptop to come in the second batch.
@li_tsz_fung 8 aylar önce
That happens when you're a real startup founder. You start a company to do something you know how to achieve, at least roughly. Instead of just getting investors money and hope people you hire in the future will figure it all out.
@thatpandaz6094 8 aylar önce
@@li_tsz_fung He said it himself, "I've built thousands of them"
@claudrapoza 8 aylar önce
If often starts like that.....
@grilovan 8 aylar önce
@@cederian thats crazy hahaha sooo exited to see future with the company
@shanez1215 8 aylar önce
For sure. In fact if you look at Frameworks repair and upgrade guides, the vast majority of them are written by the CEO himself.
@juliustan9647 8 aylar önce
Kudos to the CEO/founder being cool and knowledgeable to an investor like Linus. Can't wait to get mine
@user-fc2ql4ro3k 8 aylar önce
Fascinating! I just can't understand how often new videos appear?
@hNg863 8 aylar önce
Would it be possible to test this laptop against a macbook and other intel and amd laptops i want see if the laptop is a better choice than a macbook and alternatives .
@svpracer98 8 aylar önce
I've been using a 5000 series Ryzen laptop for 2 years now... Despite software issues (looking at you windows), the hardware has been fantastic. Plenty of power packed into a relatively efficient package.
@ryantaite 8 aylar önce
I really like the idea of reusing old motherboards. The clear case and stand looks really nice too. I currently don't need a laptop, but I know for sure that when I need one, the framework laptop is the one I want.
@travelingmaniac 8 aylar önce
I'm wondering if HP, Dell or Lenovo's CEOs are able to even upgrade their SSDs. Framework's CEO knows everything about his creation. Mad respect.
@England91 8 aylar önce
It's also is basically 2 CEO's bantering which each other that are passionate about products
@General_Li_Shin 8 aylar önce
They are not paid to know that and they serve industries far beyond little gamer laptops lol
@leonro 8 aylar önce
​@@England91 does Linus even count as a CEO at this point?
@serraramayfield9230 8 aylar önce
@@leonro yes, because he steps down in a month
@kukuc96 8 aylar önce
What we do know for sure is that Apple's CEO can't upgrade the SSD in his MacBook, because it's glued together, and the SSD cannot be accessed.
@keeperofthegood 8 aylar önce
6:55 Hey Linus, strikes me the Frore System's Airjet cooling could be an interesting product inclusion here :)
@shivanshsharma4916 8 aylar önce
this video made me remember the time before i was a mac guy , i used to do soo many operations on my hp
@Dell-ol6hb 6 aylar önce
Definitely will be picking up a Framework laptop for my next one, I love their whole ethos
@hamada7198 8 aylar önce
I really lovee this! If only Gen Z had not a preference for mobile phone, maybe we could witness an era where most people build their laptops like Lego! Hope you success soon, Framework!
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