Music welcome to Upgrade, I'm your host Frank the Tanker. Today, we're gonna bring in the 5490. It's a smaller unit, but it's really durable and smooth. We're not just gonna test it out, we're gonna open it up and take a more thorough look inside. I have a MacBook Pro here that I'm gonna compare it to. The 5490 is smaller and lighter than the MacBook Pro. It's a little thicker, but it has more horsepower. The only thing the MacBook Pro surpasses it in is the video card. These systems are really durable and made for office use. This particular one comes with a touchscreen, which is a good feature to have, but it's more fragile than regular screens. If you break a touchscreen, you have to replace the whole thing. Touchscreens are not normally under warranty, so make sure you read the fine print before purchasing one. Now, let's open up the 5490 and see what's under the hood. It's a Core i7 machine with 16GB of memory. There's an SD slot and a SIM card reader for additional storage and connectivity options. The battery life depends on usage and keyboard lighting, ranging from 6 to 7 hours. You can disable the keyboard lighting to extend battery life. The hard drive is 512GB and is covered up.