I come to know the framework laptop from the article - " Framework’s new laptop means the promise of modular gadgets might be coming true". In the article it says
The idea behind Framework’s announcement is really more exciting than the announcement itself. Framework’s plan for building longer-lasting laptops could only work if the company stayed committed to upgradeability and made sure to do right by the users who bought its devices on the promise of future upgrades. We’ve heard that promise before, of course, whether at the beginning of Alienware’s failed Area-51m dream, Google’s canceled Project Ara, or Intel’s semi-upgradable NUC Extreme and abandoned Compute Card initiatives. These things don’t tend to work out.
Can anyone know the previous trial of modular laptop product explain why framework laptop will be successful? What makes framework laptop different? What pitfall and potential risk will make this project fail? What strategy can increase the framework laptop’s likelihood to be successful?
Hope this discussion can help the framework’s leading members to gather all ideas and run a successful business.
This thread is also important for potential customers like me to buy the next laptop as framework laptop. We need to know that this company is promising and can be successfully in the market like the big players like Lenovo, HP, Dell etc.