Probably by opening some cover on the undercarrige. Lenovo advertises the v330 as "repairable" so it should be easy and likely it has some sort of ultrabay (ultrabay is a "thing" that allows you to swap the dvd drive for a 2.5 drive while the system is running). Almost all thinkpads should have accessible drive slot(s).
Also that thinkpad is an example. Honestly, I'm actually dissapointed that newer thinkpad laptops actually come with less ports, so i wasn't paying attention to generation of the cpu.
I read that getting a one or two gen older cpu won't hurt but ask someone else here because i don't know much.
About display, the best thing is to see it yourself. The matte is considered better, but not always.
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But are you certain that I should quit looking for ACERS?
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TO EVERYONE that's READING: DON'T EVER buy ADATA's SSD 2,5 inch drives, even on MLC memory banks. ALL models of ADATA SSD's are going sooner or later down. The data is gone forever, the best thing that may happen is that they reduce their speed to the speed of a low class HDD - like 40 MB/S.
I'm so shocked and disapointed! cause they've got nice prices.
So by extension also try to avoid their USB pendrive's.