Kyle Wiens is in a tizzy over the new MacBook Pro:
We have consistently voted for hardware that’s thinner rather than upgradeable. But we have to draw a line in the sand somewhere. Our purchasing decisions are telling Apple that we’re happy to buy computers and watch them die on schedule. When we choose a short-lived laptop over a more robust model that’s a quarter of an inch thicker, what does that say about our values?
Says the guy who also sells upgrades and service products and fails to mention it at any point in the article.